Vans collide on A12

POLICE and paramedics were called to a notorious stretch of the A12 after two vans collided.
 

The Vauxhall Vivaro and Ford Transit hit each other just past junction 29, by the Ardleigh Interchange, on the northbound carriageway at about 6.50am.


Both vans went off the road but neither driver was seriously injured.
 

A speed camera is expected to be installed along the stretch of road in the future although it is not known if speed played a part in this incident.

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12:11pm Wed 27 Feb 13

wellnow says...

The notorious a12 is hardly news anymore. Just add the event to the ever growing statistics.
The notorious a12 is hardly news anymore. Just add the event to the ever growing statistics. wellnow

4:08pm Wed 27 Feb 13

What you talking about says...

How many times has the roads been closed due to a accidents especially the A12 and A120? Get these officers back to patrolling the roads and dealing with poor drivers. Who remembers the police that patrolled the A12? They kept the road running and the A12 became a better road to be on. Drivers behaved and accidents were dealt with efficiently that the road was only closed for a short time. Bring back the traffic police to the roads and let them do their jobs
How many times has the roads been closed due to a accidents especially the A12 and A120? Get these officers back to patrolling the roads and dealing with poor drivers. Who remembers the police that patrolled the A12? They kept the road running and the A12 became a better road to be on. Drivers behaved and accidents were dealt with efficiently that the road was only closed for a short time. Bring back the traffic police to the roads and let them do their jobs What you talking about

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