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Road partially blocked after car rolls on to its roof

PUBLISHED: 09:03 11 October 2018 | UPDATED: 12:15 11 October 2018

The crash happened on the A1092 near to Devonshire House care home in Cavendish Picture: GOOGLE

The crash happened on the A1092 near to Devonshire House care home in Cavendish Picture: GOOGLE


A busy west Suffolk road has reopened after following a car crash which saw the vehicle come to rest on its roof.

Suffolk police were called to reports of a single vehicle collision on the A1092 in Cavendish at around 7.55am this morning.

The Ford Fiesta is said to have rolled near to Devonshire House care home heading out of the village towards Clare.

The ambulance service was called, and police attended the scene.

One lane was closed to allow for vehicle recovery – but has since reopened.

A police spokesman later confirmed there had been no serious injuries during this incident.

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