Five car crash caused delays on A14 near Bury St Edmunds
- Credit: Sarah Lucy brown
Five vehicles were involved in a major crash on the A14 in west Suffolk this evening - causing two people to be injured and delays for other drivers during evening rush hour.
Suffolk police were called to reports of a collision in the eastbound carriageway at Rougham, near Bury St Edmunds, at around 5.20pm.
A police spokesman said two people were injured – though neither were thought to be in a serious condition – and “quite a lot of disturbance”.
The vehicles involved were a black Mazda, grey Ford, blue Peugeot and red Vauxhall. A brown Land Rover was also reported to have been involved, but police said this had not been confirmed.
A police spokesman said that despite the number of vehicles, the road was able to reopen relatively quickly.
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Suffolk Fire and Rescue Service crews from Bury St Edmunds and Elmswell called to assist on the scene of the accident.
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