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Traffic flowing once more in Lowestoft after collision between lorry and two cars on busy roundabout

PUBLISHED: 15:20 19 May 2017 | UPDATED: 15:20 19 May 2017

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Traffic was delayed following a collision between a lorry and two cars at a busy roundabout in Lowestoft this afternoon (Friday).

The collision happened on the Bloodmoor Road roundabout about 1.55pm.

The road was partially blocked as the lorry was moved at the scene, and recovery of the vehicles took place.

With police called to the scene, a police spokesman said: “We were called at 1.55pm today to the Bloodmoor Road roundabout in Lowestoft following a collision between a lorry and two cars at the roundabout.

“The road was partially blocked as the vehicles were recovered at the scene. As of 2.55pm today the road was still partially blocked by one vehicle.”

No-one was hurt in the collision, and it is understood that the road was fully reopened by 3.10pm.

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