Suffolk: High winds across the county affect evening travel

High winds in Suffolk have caused trees and branches to fall down. A police car diverts cars around

High winds in Suffolk have caused trees and branches to fall down. A police car diverts cars around a large fallen branch on London Road, Ipswich - Credit: Archant

Motorists are being warned of trees blocking roads throughout Suffolk.

Several have been uprooted by high winds as people make their way home.

Blocka Road in Herringfleet, Thurlow Road in Great Wratting and London Road in Ipswich have all been affected.

Power lines have also come down in Fen Street, Redgrave.

Suffolk Police say they have so far been alerted to around 15 incidents this evening involving fallen trees, mostly in Mid and East Suffolk.


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