Travel: Busy town centre street still closed
A busy Ipswich road remains closed this morning following a building fire.
Upper Orwell Street will stay closed in both directions, between Eagle Street and St Helen’s Street, following the blaze at St Michael’s Church.
The county’s roads are otherwise currently free of any major disruption, with only rush hour hold-ups causing any delays.
But a man was treated for injuries following a single-vehicle crash on the A1101 at Icklingham.
The crash happened just after 8am and left a man trapped in his car. Firefighters from Mildenhall and Bury St Edmunds used cutting gear to release the man, who was then left in the care of paramedics.
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Public transport is also working to schedule, with no major reported incidents to disrupt mainline trains.
Traffic officers will this morning return to the scene of a four-vehicle crash which happened on the A14 at Coddenham last night.
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The collision, described by police as “heavy impact”, left three people injured - one with back and neck pain, one with arm injuries and one with minor facial injuries.
A 50-year-old man was taken to West Suffolk Hospital and two others were treated at the scene.
The collision, which happened just before 10.15pm, caused major tailbacks as police closed one lane of the westbound carriageway.
Officers will this morning return to the scene of the crash, which damaged the central reservation near the A140 turn.