Collision causes rush hour tailbacks on A10

08:37 28 May 2014

Archant

A two-vehicle collision caused lengthy tailbacks on the A10 this morning (Wednesday).

The accident took place on a stretch of the busy main artery between Stretham and Chittering at about 7.45am, with a Ford KA forced off the road and into a ditch.

No injuries were reported as a result of the incident but traffic was held up for about 30 minutes while police and recovery crews worked to clear the scene.

The road was re-opened at about 8.15am, though motorists are advised to expect delays.

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