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A140 reopens after three-vehicle crash

PUBLISHED: 11:14 01 September 2020 | UPDATED: 12:40 01 September 2020

A three-vehicle crash has blocked both carriageways of the A140 just south of Creeting St Mary. Picture: GOOGLE MAPS

A three-vehicle crash has blocked both carriageways of the A140 just south of Creeting St Mary. Picture: GOOGLE MAPS

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The A140 at Creeting St Mary has reopened in both directions following a collision involving three vehicles.

Suffolk police were called to reports of the crash on the A140 shortly after 10.25am this morning.

Upon arrival, officers found three cars had been involved in a collision near the turn-off for Suffolk Farmhouse Cheeses on the northbound carriageway.

Both sides of the road were blocked by the collision while the vehicles awaited recovery.

According to the AA traffic map, there was queuing traffic for two miles from the Stowupland turn-off to Needham Road.

An ambulance was called to the incident, but there is not believed to be any serious injuries.

Recovery arrived at the scene shortly after 12pm and the road is now reopen in both directions.


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