A11 re-opens after van hits central reservation and flips over
- Credit: Eastern Daily Press © 2014
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.
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."
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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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