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Lorry and car collide on A143 at Wickhambrook and road is partially blocked

PUBLISHED: 14:07 18 December 2014 | UPDATED: 14:07 18 December 2014

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A lorry and a car have crashed in Wickhambrook on the A143 and the road is still partially blocked.

The incident, which happend just after 12 noon, involved a lorry and Volvo V40.

Suffolk Police attended the scene and no one is thought to be injured.

The lorry is awaiting recovery and is partially obstructing the road while the car has been moved off the road.

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