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Sheep delaying traffic on A12

PUBLISHED: 09:14 05 January 2020 | UPDATED: 13:25 05 January 2020

A sheep had to be removed from the A14. Stock image  Picture: SARAH LUCY BROWN

A sheep had to be removed from the A14. Stock image Picture: SARAH LUCY BROWN

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Police have been called to the Copdock Interchange this morning after a sheep ended up on the carriageway.

Officers were forced to block the road to try and move the sheep from the road with traffic building behind.

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One witness said that officers were had taken off their jackets to help move the animal away.

The sheep is described as having a yellow tag in its ear and had a blue mark on its rear.

A spokesman for Suffolk police said that officers were trying to usher the sheep from the carriageway.


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