Oil or fuel spilt on road after motorbike and two cars collide on A12, Saxmundham

Drivers faced delays on the A12 and A14. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

Drivers faced delays on the A12 and A14. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY - Credit: Copyright: Archant 2016

Two cars and a motorbike have crashed on the A12, near Saxmundham this morning (August 18), with some disruption to rush hour traffic.

There have been no injuries as a result of the collision, but a substance thought to be either fuel or oil has been spilt on the road. A Suffolk police spokeswoman said the crash happened at around 8.55am and recovery fro the vehicles is on route. The road is not thought to be currently blocked by the incident.

Suffolk Highways are on route to the scene to clean the fluid off the carriageway.

It is not known if this will require a road closure as yet, but highways said they will only close the carriageway if it is absolutely necessary.

The vehicles involved were a motorbike, a Lexus 300 and a Volkswagen Polo.

• If you witnessed the crash, you can call Suffolk police on 101, quoting reference number CAD 109 of August 18

Elsewhere in the county there has been a three vehicle crash on the B1107, at Santon Downham. No one is hurt. There has also been a two car crash on the A143 at Palgrave. Motorists should expect disruption.

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