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Telegraph pole knocked down in Horringer after collision

A telegraph pole was knocked down by a vehicle in Horringer this morning.

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Train operator announces delay compensation extension, but campaigners say sort service out first

As passengers face a new round of fare rises, an East Anglia rail operator has pledged to extend its compensation scheme for late or cancelled services.

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Emergency crews at crash scene in Wattisfield

Emergency crews are at the scene of a road collision in Wattisfield.

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Victim of Hitcham hit and run named by police

A man who died following a hit and run in Hitcham has been named by police.

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CCTV released of lorry wanted in connection with fatal hit and run collision in Suffolk

CCTV pictures of a vehicle that police would like to trace in connection with a fatal hit and run collision in Hitcham have been released.

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Road accident news.

Woman cut free from overturned car in Long Melford

A woman was freed from the wreckage of her car by firefighters following a crash in Long Melford last night, Tuesday November 29.

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Police accident

Man killed in hit and run collision in Suffolk village - road remains closed

A man has died in a hit and run collision in Hitcham this afternoon, Tuesday November 29.

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Accident in Garboldisham

Car overturns in Garboldisham

There were no injuries after a car overturned in Garboldisham this morning.

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VIDEO: Suffolk Highways team ready to tackle snow and ice this winter

VIDEO: Suffolk Highways team ready to tackle snow and ice this winter

Suffolk Highways are well-prepared to keep the county’s roads clear of ice and snow over the coming winter months.

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Transport Secretary Chris Grayling marks the start of construction work on the A14 with Highways England's Chief Executive Jim O'Sullivan, Highways England staff and graduates, and local partners.

Start of construction on £1.5bn A14 scheme gets thumbs up from across East Anglia

Support has been received from across East Anglia after it was announced today (28 November) that work on one of Britain’s biggest road upgrades is officially underway.

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DRIVE FOR JUSTICE CAMPAIGN: Killing someone with your car like “manslaughter or even murder”

DRIVE FOR JUSTICE CAMPAIGN: Killing someone with your car like “manslaughter or even murder”

“If you killed someone with anything other than a vehicle, you would be charged with manslaughter or even murder.”

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DRIVE FOR JUSTICE CAMPAIGN: Number of driving bans handed out by courts falls by 62%

DRIVE FOR JUSTICE CAMPAIGN: Number of driving bans handed out by courts falls by 62%

One of the aims of the Drive For Justice campaign is to lobby for greater use of driving bans given out when sentencing and longer bans for those who kill or seriously injure on the roads.

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DRIVE FOR JUSTICE CAMPAIGN: Max sentence for death by dangerous driving may be increased to 20 years

DRIVE FOR JUSTICE CAMPAIGN: Max sentence for death by dangerous driving may be increased to 20 years

Speculation is rife that the Government’s long awaited review of dangerous driving offences and penalties may consider the possibility of increasing the maximum sentence for death by dangerous driving from 14 years to 20 years.

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Culvert underpass planned for Needham Market rail crossing

Network Rail is hoping to turn an existing culvert into an underpass alternative to a crossing on which 1960s film star Olive McFarland died.

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Key road safety charities back our Drive for Justice campaign

Key road safety charities back our Drive for Justice campaign

There is a backlash from families who have lost loved ones to road crashes that justice is not done with lenient sentences compounding their grief.

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Police news.

Deer causes traffic jams in Bury St Edmunds

A deer which was possibly injured caused traffic jams in Compiegne Way, Bury St Edmunds this morning.

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Killer drivers must pay the price - new Drive For Justice campaign launched

Killer drivers must pay the price - new Drive For Justice campaign launched

Drivers who kill have been sentenced to an average of just four years in prison with dozens escaping jail altogether, an investigation has revealed.

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Police accident

Road blocked on B1508 Cornard-Bures road following second collision in a week

The B1508/Bures Road has been blocked following a single-vehicle collision just prior to Little Cornard.

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Family and friends pay tribute to Lauren Danks, 22, who died after A11 Red Lodge road collision

She was 22 with everything to live for and according to one of her many friends could “light up a room with her smile”.

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Deer warning issued to motorists driving on rural roads

Beware deer on rural roads as the autumn rutting season is in full swing, warns landowners’ organisation CLA East.

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