Suffolk: Several incidents on roads due to icy conditions
POLICE are advising motorists to take care on the roads this morning following several minor incidents in Suffolk.
Freezing temperatures overnight and this morning left drivers facing treacherous conditions.
A spokeswoman for Suffolk police said officers have been called out to several incidents in the county where cars have left the road.
There have been no major injuries reported.
The spokeswoman said: “Police are advising motorists to take extra care on the roads today and to drive to the conditions.”
Despite the cold start, temperatures will rise during the day reaching highs of about 4C.
There have been no major delays or incidents reported on roads this morning.
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Rail commuters can expect a relatively stress-free journey this morning with Greater Anglia reporting a good service.
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