Suffolk roads shut after snow causes lorry crashes

Two lorries jack-knifed on the A14 at Trimley, bringing long queues and local diversions

Traffic is moving normally on the A14 in Suffolk after a number of accidents in snowy weather were cleared.

Two lorries jackknifed east of the A12 junction closing the A14 and traffic was diverted locally for recovery operations and barrier repairs.

A third jackknifed lorry at Hintlesham blocked the A1071 road for three hours.

Boiler troubles have affected St Mary's primary school in Hadleigh which is shut for the day and Sir John Leman in Beccles closed for years nine and ten.

Police have warned drivers to take extra care after snow the showers overnight and low temperatures that have left roads icy.

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