A14 re-opens at Rougham after lorry crash
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The A14 westbound near Bury St Edmunds has re-opened following a crash between two lorries.
The crash happened in the early hours of this morning, prompting the road's closure around 3.30am.
The road was closed between junction 47 for Woolpit and junction 45 for Rougham as police awaited recovery for one of the lorries.
Officers from the Norfolk and Suffolk Roads and Armed Police Team were on scene.
A tweet from the police said no one has been seriously hurt in the crash.
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Highways England has asked drivers to plan ahead and allow extra journey time.
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