A11 re-opens after van hits central reservation and flips over

PUBLISHED: 10:27 27 August 2019 | UPDATED: 12:59 27 August 2019

Police have closed a section of the A1062. Picture: James Bass

Police have closed a section of the A1062. Picture: James Bass

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A section of the A11 has re-opened after a van flipped onto its side.

Emergency services were called to Red Lodge, just after Barton Mills, on the A11 after a van crashed into the central reservation causing it to flip onto its side at about 6.45am on Tuesday, August 27.

The driver of the Mercedes Sprinter was uninjured.

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A Suffolk Police spokesman said: "We were called at 6.45am to a single vehicle RTC north bound on the A11 at Red Lodge.

"Ambulance attended but the driver was not seriously hurt and it is not believed he was taken to hospital."

One lane of the A11 was re-opened but the scene was still being cleared until about 1pm.

The road has now re-opened.

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