The Suffolk Resilience Forum has formally called an end to the major incident that was declared in response to the tidal surge. Whilst the clean up operation continues senior officers from agencies across Suffolk are satisfied that there is no further threat to communities from coastal flooding. Suffolk Police and Suffolk Fire and Rescue Service will continue to have a presence in the affected areas to offer support to local communities. The following road closures remain in place: • A12 Blythburgh • B1127, Reydon A1069, Snape.
Teams from Suffolk Highways are standing by to begin cleaning these roads as soon as the flood waters subside to ensure they can reopen as soon as possible.
David Skevington, Assistant Chief Constable, Suffolk Police said