Suffolk: A14 fully open after petrol tanker crash
The A14 is fully open again open after a petrol tanker crashed into the central reservation on the A14.
The incident, on the westbound carriageway, happened just before the A140 junction at approximately 9.44am.
It is believed the tanker was involved in a collision with several other vehicles before hitting the central barrier of the road.
One westbound lane was closed until mid-afternoon while police recovered the petrol tanker and cleared the road.
Both Suffolk Fire and Ambulance services attended the scene of the incident where a 25-year-old woman was the only casualty.
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She was taken to Ipswich Hospital for further checks but is not believed to have any serious injuries.
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