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UPDATE: Road re-opens after three vehicle crash on A11 at Elveden

PUBLISHED: 20:00 10 August 2012

Police are directing traffic following a three vehicle crash on the A11 at Elveden.

Police are directing traffic following a three vehicle crash on the A11 at Elveden.

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The A11 at Elveden has been re-opened following a three vehicle crash.

Motorists had been experiencing delays on the A11 London Road in both directions in Elveden between Elveden Crossroads and the London Road junction, because of an earlier incident involving three vehicles.

Police were directing traffic following the incident which had partially blocked the A11 London Road in Elveden and which was causing delays.

All lanes have now been re-opened.

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