Recap: A14 shut after crash near Ipswich

Part of the A14 was shut after a crash. The A14 Orwell Bridge in Suffolk was closed westbound between junction 57 and junction 56 near Ipswich. The closure was due to a spillage that occurred after the collision.

Suffolk Police and other emergency services attended. Highways England officials were also deployed to assist with closures and the clear-up. Motorists were advised to expect disruption and allow extra journey time.

Road users were also told to follow the solid black circle diversion symbol on road signs. We brought you the latest updates on this incident as we got them. If you have any information, pictures or video footage related to this incident then please get in touch with us if you can do so safely.

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This is what we reported on the incident in the live blog below.