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Road closed after truck jackknifes

PUBLISHED: 20:12 28 February 2018 | UPDATED: 20:41 28 February 2018

Emergency services were on the scene of a crash on the A47. Picture: Matthew Usher

Emergency services were on the scene of a crash on the A47. Picture: Matthew Usher

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The main road from Wrentham to Southwold in Suffolk is impassable due to a jackknifed lorry trailer at South Cove.

Recovery along the B1127 is unable to start until Thursday morning.

Suffolk Police said Highways had been contacted to signpost a diversion.

“But with their current deployments due to the weather this may take some time,” said a spokesperson.

“Police are urging people to find a different route and avoid the area.”

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