A fire at a petrol station in Suffolk has caused major disruption on the A11 this morning.
Emergency services have been on the scene at the Barton Mills roundabout since just before 7am today (Saturday).
The blaze broke out in the Esso garage shop and fire crews worked quickly to prevent it spreading to the forecourt and fuel supply.
The A11 had been closed in both directions but has since reopened northbound, with just one lane still closed southbound.
The A11 near Thetford in Norfolk is likely to remain closed well into this afternoon after a car transporter crashed spilling a number of cars on to the road.
The A11 in Norfolk has re-opened after an accident during the rush hour closed it northbound for several hours.
It happened between the Breckland Lodge roundabout at Attleborough and the Ellingham Road turn off.
One lane northbound on the A11 at Attleborough is expected to remain closed for most of the day so repairs can be carried out on the safety barrier.
An accident just before 8 o'clock this morning closed the road northbound for the rush hour. One lane was re-opened just before 11am.
There is still heavy traffic in the area.
One lane has re-opened northbound on the A11 in Norfolk after an accident earlier this morning closed the road.
It happened between the Breckland Lodge roundabout and Ellingham Road just before 8am.
The closure caused long delays in both directions with tailbacks through Attleborough where traffic was diverted.
Southbound was also affected with long delays, caused by the diversion around the Breckland Lodge roundabout.
There are major delays on the A11 northbound in Norfolk after an accident forced the road to close.
The air ambulance is on the scene and the road could remain shut until lunchtime.
Traffic is queueing between London Road and B1077.
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A van was stopped on the A11 after it was spotted in a seriously poor condition.
Norfolk and Suffolk Roads policing found the driver also didn't have insurance.
A scheme which could see HGVs banned from using certain roads in Norfolk could be introduced.
MP Liz Truss has backed calls for a pilot ban on the B1111 route, forcing trucks to use the A11 instead.
It comes after a spate of incidents where lorries have got stuck in villages.
Natalie Gray reports.
Police are appealing for witnesses after a car came off the A11 and ended up on its side in a field.
Officers were called to the southbound stretch of the A11 at Red Lodge at 6:25am after a blue Rover car crashed.
Five people in the car were hurt. They were taken to hospital but police say none of them are seriously injured.
A 23-year-old man was arrested at the scene on suspicion of drink driving.
Officers are appealing for information and would particularly like to hear from anyone who saw the Rover driving along the A11 before it left the road. Witnesses should contact PC Ian Jepp at the Bury St Edmunds Roads Policing Unit by ringing 101.