Travel: Building struck in Lowestoft crash and lorry broken down on A14
- Credit: Andrew Partridge
A former butchers shop has been hit in a three-vehicle crash in Lowestoft.
Police were called at 3.25pm to London Road to reports that one of the vehicles had hit a building.
A force spokesman said the crash involved a blue Ford Mondeo, a Volkswagen Golf and a red Mazda.
He said an ambulance crew had been on scene caring for people who had suffered minor injuries.
The accident caused minor delays and has now been cleared.
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A pick-up truck on the A14 at Claydon has broken down.
A call was made to police about the vehicle, which has suffered a tyre blow-out in the Bury St Edmunds-bound direction, at 3.55pm.
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Suffolk police tweeted a message on the social network site Twitter warning drivers to expect slow-moving traffic.