Busy road closed by lorry crash

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A busy Devon road has been partially closed this morning after a lorry crash. Witnesses say a Co-op delivery lorry may have been involved in the Alma Road crash in Plymouth at 8am this morning and is stationary in the outside lane. Paramedics are also on the scene.

The A386 is partially blocked around De-La-Hay Avenue. We’ll be bringing you the very latest updates, pictures and video on this breaking news story as we have them.

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