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Severe accident: A142 Suffolk eastbound

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A142 Suffolk eastbound severe accident, at A14 J37 Exning.

A142 Suffolk - Temporary closure on A142 Fordham Road eastbound at Exning, because of an accident.

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That's a wrap from Suffolk.... Where's next?

Congratulations to Jolien D'hoore and the other jersey winners.

The second stage of the Tour will take the riders to the Cyclopark in Kent.

They will tackle a 62.5km (25-lap) circuit race around the Gravesend venue.

It will be Kent's first ever stage of the Women's Tour, and the biggest international sporting event the county has held since the 2007 Tour de France Grand Depart.

Cyclopark
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A history of the big cycling events in Suffolk

Suffolk has been a favourite county for hosting stages of some of Britain's major cycling races in recent years.

In the inaugral Women's Tour in 2014, the third stage went from Felixstowe to Clacton.

In 2015, stage one ended in Aldeburgh where Lizzie Armitstead crashed at the finish line, while stage two went from Braintree in Essex to Clacton, via Sudbury and Hadleigh.

Women's Tour in East Bergholt, 2015
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Cyclists pass through John Constable's home village of East Bergholt in 2015

The 2016 event had a stage from Southwold to Norwich, while last year featured a stage beteen Framlingham and Southwold.

For the men's Tour of Britain, the opening stage in 2012 went from Ipswich to Norwich.

In 2015, it was back in Norfolk and Suffolk, including a sprint section on the runway at the Army's Wattisham airfield.

Tour of Britain at Wattisham airfield
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In 2017, the men had a sprint time trial at Clacton in Essex, followed by a stage six jaunt between Newmarket and Aldeburgh in Suffolk.

Severe disruption: A11 Suffolk northbound

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A11 Suffolk northbound severe disruption, from Newmarket Road to A1065.

A11 Suffolk - A11 in Barton Mills partially blocked and it's very slow northbound from the Newmarket Road junction to the A1065 junction, because of a break down.

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Severe accident: A11 Suffolk northbound

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A11 Suffolk northbound severe accident, from B1085 Newmarket Road to A1065.

A11 Suffolk - A11 in Red Lodge closed northbound from Red Lodge Turn Off to the A1065 junction, because of accident investigation work. Diversion in operation - continue along the A14 to J42, B1106 and A1101 through Fornham All Saints and through Icklingham.

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Severe accident: A14 Cambridgeshire eastbound

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A14 Cambridgeshire eastbound severe accident, between J38 A11 and J41 South Street.

A14 Cambridgeshire - A14 closed and queuing traffic eastbound between J38 A11 and J41, South (Risby), because of a serious accident. Congestion to Kentford.

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Severe accident: A14 Cambridgeshire eastbound

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A14 Cambridgeshire eastbound severe accident, from J36 A11 to J37 A142 Fordham Road Exning.

A14 Cambridgeshire - Stationary traffic on A14 eastbound from J36, A11 (Nine Mile Hill) to J37, A142 (Exning), because of all traffic being temporarily held and an accident.

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Severe disruption: A1304 Suffolk both ways

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A1304 Suffolk both ways severe disruption, from B1506 to Meridian Gardens.

A1304 Suffolk - A1304 Bury Road in Newmarket closed in both directions from the B1506 junction to the Meridian Gardens junction, because of a police incident.

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Severe disruption: A14 Cambridgeshire eastbound

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A14 Cambridgeshire eastbound severe disruption, from J34 B1047 Horningsea Road to J35 A1303 Newmarket Road.

A14 Cambridgeshire - One lane blocked and slow traffic on A14 eastbound from J34, B1047 (Fen Ditton) to J35, A1303 (Stow Cum Quy), because of a broken down vehicle.

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Severe disruption: A14 Cambridgeshire eastbound

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A14 Cambridgeshire eastbound severe disruption, from J34 B1047 Horningsea Road to J35 A1303 Newmarket Road.

A14 Cambridgeshire - One lane blocked and slow traffic on A14 eastbound from J34, B1047 (Fen Ditton) to J35, A1303 (Stow Cum Quy), because of a broken down vehicle.

To report traffic and travel incidents dial 0330 123 0184 at any time

Severe accident: A14 Cambridgeshire eastbound

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A14 Cambridgeshire eastbound severe accident, from J38 A11 to J39 B1506.

A14 Cambridgeshire - A14 closed eastbound from J38 A11 to J39, B1506 (Kentford), because of an accident.

To report traffic and travel incidents dial 0330 123 0184 at any time

Severe disruption: A11 Cambridgeshire northbound

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A11 Cambridgeshire northbound severe disruption, at A14 J36.

A11 Cambridgeshire - A11 lane closed on entry slip road from one northbound at Nine Mile Hill, because of a broken down vehicle. Traffic is coping well.

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How is your local A&E doing?

West Suffolk NHS Trust, which runs West Suffolk Hospital, in Bury St Edmunds, missed its A&E waiting target of seeing patients in less than four hours last month.

Hospitals are meant to treat, assess or discharge 95% of patients in that time. West Suffolk NHS Trust saw 86.9% according to figures released for April. This is up on the figure for 12 months ago, which was 85%.

How is your local A&E performing?
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At West Suffolk NHS Trust a total of 883 patients were not seen within the four-hour window in April.

The trust was ranked 34 of 129 trusts of hospital trusts in England.

As a whole, the NHS has failed to meet this target since July 2015. A hospital trust's performance figures include the main accident and emergency department and any minor injuries or care centres it runs.

NHS England has asked patients only to attend A&E department with "genuine life-threatening emergencies".

Check NHS cancer, A&E, ops and mental health targets in your area.

This story has been generated using NHS data, BBC analysis and some automation.

How is your local A&E doing?

East Suffolk & North Essex NHS Foundation Trust, which runs Colchester and Ipswich hospitals, missed its A&E waiting target of seeing patients in less than four hours last month.

Hospitals are meant to treat, assess or discharge 95% of patients in that time. East Sussex & North Essex NHS Trust saw 89.4% according to figures released for April. This is down on the figure for 12 months ago, which was 95.6%.

How is your local A&E performing?
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At East Suffolk & North Essex NHS Foundation Trust a total of 2,364 patients were not seen within the four-hour window in April.

The trust was ranked 29 of 129 trusts of hospital trusts in England.

As a whole, the NHS has failed to meet this target since July 2015. A hospital trust's performance figures include the main accident and emergency department and any minor injuries or care centres it runs.

NHS England has asked patients only to attend A&E department with "genuine life-threatening emergencies".

Check NHS cancer, A&E, ops and mental health targets in your area.

This story has been generated using NHS data, BBC analysis and some automation.