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On today’s Suffolk News podcast we have the latest about the queues outside petrol stations in the county, with some running out of fuel.

Staff at Lowestoft's Tesco petrol station, in Beccles Road, put up a sign this morning warning drivers that there is no fuel available.

And residents in Sudbury have also taken to social media after they struggled to find petrol anywhere in the town. Queues have also been reported in Newmarket and Bury St Edmunds.

We also have an update on an incident on the A14 in which a man was taken to hospital.

Suffolk Police were called to the westbound exit at junction 51 for Needham Market at approximately 1.30pm.

The lorry driver had stopped on the slip road and was out of his vehicle when he was struck by another the vehicle, which failed to stop at the scene.

There is also the latest on coronavirus cases across the county, with schools reporting 22 schools and colleges with 10 or more positive cases.

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