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Police called to three-vehicle crash after red Toyota Auris seen travelling wrong way on the A11 in Red Lodge

A car was seen travelling the wrong way on the A11 at Red Lodge at the weekend, shortly before a three-vehicle crash on the road.

Officers were called to reports of a car going in the wrong direction on the northbound carriageway just before 10.55pm on Saturday.

Around five minutes later police received reports of a crash involving three vehicles further down the northbound carriageway, and shortly after discovered a vehicle travelling in the wrong direction.

The A11 at Red Lodge. Picture: Google Maps
The A11 at Red Lodge. Picture: Google Maps

No one sustained any serious injuries but all three vehicles had to be recovered.

Anyone who saw a red Toyota Auris travelling south along the northbound carriageway of the A11 between 10.30pm and 11.20pm on Saturday night is asked to contact the roads and armed policing team at Bury St Edmunds on 101, quoting reference: 50428/21.

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