Collision involving two vehicles at Copdock interchange

PUBLISHED: 14:53 17 August 2018 | UPDATED: 14:53 17 August 2018

Two vehicles were involved in a collision at the roundabout at the Copdock interchange Picture: Google Maps

Two vehicles were involved in a collision at the roundabout at the Copdock interchange Picture: Google Maps


A Land Rover and a Lorry have collided at the Copdock interchange.

The two vehicles were involved in an accident on the roundabout.

Police were called to the scene shortly before 12:40 and an ambulance was also called to the scene where they extracted someone from the car.

The fire service were also in attendance and assisted, an individual is believed to have sustained minor injuries.

The lorry was removed from the road just before ten to two and traffic is now running smoothly in that area.


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