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The Orwell bridge on the A14 near Ipswich in Suffolk has re-opened after being closed because of windy weather.
The bridge re-opened at 2.25pm after having closed earlier this morning for safety reasons due to continued high winds.
Highways England say drivers making journeys across the region should be aware that winds are still strong and that sudden gusts of wind may still occur.
Drivers should continue to give high sides vehicles, caravans, motorbikes, and bicycles plenty of space.
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Suffolk's Orwell Bridge on the A14 has been closed due to strong winds.
Highways England says winds latest weather forecast predicts that wind speeds are due to peak at between 50-55mph between 10am and 2pm on Thursday.
Highways England is constantly monitoring the forecast and any updates will be on their twitter feed @HighwaysEAST.
Highways England will continue to be closely monitoring wind speeds, and will re-open the bridge as soon as it is safe to do so.
While the Orwell Bridge is closed, the planned diversion route will be via the A1156, A1189 and A1214 through Ipswich.
"Drivers planning to travel in the area are encouraged to plan their journey in advance and check the latest weather and traffic conditions along the route.
"You can get the latest forecast from the Met Office and local radio.
"Drivers making journeys across the region should be aware of sudden gusts of wind, give high sides vehicles, caravans, motorcycles, and bicycles plenty of space."
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More than a dozen motorists have been caught using their mobile phones while travelling along the A11.
Police attended the scene on Wednesday after a lorry overturned on a roundabout at Thetford.
While dealing with the incident, Norfolk and Suffolk Roads and Armed Policing Team reported 13 drivers for driving and using their mobile phones to take pictures of the road traffic collision.
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