999 services on scene at crash that shut Ipswich road as public told to 'avoid the area' – Suffolk Live

Motorists are advised to avoid the area
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An Ipswich town centre road is closed this morning (Wednesday, February 15) after a two-vehicle crash. Police were called to reports of a two-vehicle collision in Foxhall Road, between Dobbs Lane and Bell Lane, at 8am.
In a Tweet, Suffolk Police advised motorists to avoid the area while emergency services work at the scene. According to Suffolk Fire and Rescue Service's live incident feed, crews from Princes Street and Ipswich East are in attendance.
The AA's live traffic map is showing minor queues in the area of Foxhall Road. It's not yet known if anyone has been injured in the collision.
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Suffolk Police's tweet reads: "Foxhall Road is closed between Dobbs Lane and Bell Lane following a road traffic collision at 8am. Motorists are advised to avoid the area while Emergency Services are on the scene."
SuffolkLive has approached the police and ambulance services for more information.
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