Five-vehicle crash blocks A12 near Copdock Interchange
The A12 near the Copdock Interchange has re-opened after a five-vehicle crash involving a lorry this afternoon.
Emergency services, including five fire engines, were called to the collision on the A12 northbound near the Old London Road junction shortly after midday.
The ambulance service has also been called but there are no serious injuries, police have said.
The collision involved a lorry, a Peugeot Partner, a Vauxhall Meriva, a Vauxhall Vectra, and a Volkswagen Polo.
Police have closed one lane of the A12 northbound between the onslip and offslip for Old London Road.
It was reopened shortly after 3pm, according to Highways England.
All of the motorists involved in the crash were out of their vehicles by 12.45pm.
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