A lorry that had overturned on a busy roundabout on the the A50 in Sudbury has been removed.

One lane of the carriageway was blocked for more than four hours as the incident was dealt with.

Delays of an hour were reported.

Check out our updates of this story as it happened.

That's all for our coverage

That’s all for the coverage of this event.

A50 now open

The overturned lorry has been recovered and the road is now open

Recovery is underway

Lane closed again for recovery - should be open withing the hour

Police had reopened the lane to ease congestion, but it is now closed again ahead of recovery of the lorry. A Derbyshire Police spokesman said it was anticipated the vehicle will be recovered within an hour.

A50 temporarily opened

The lane of the A50 that was previously closed has been temporarily re-opened to ease congestion before the vehicle has been recovered.

East Midlands Ambulance Service 'unable' to give update on casualties

The Burton Mail has tried to get an update on any casualties from East Midlands Ambulance Service, which sent paramedics to the scene. An ambulance service representative said she was unable to provide any information at this time.

Motorists still stuck in stationary traffic in Scropton Road

Traffic in Scropton Road after overturned lorry caused delays at Sudbury Roundabout on the A50 on March 30, 2018
Traffic in Scropton Road after overturned lorry caused delays at Sudbury Roundabout on the A50 on March 30, 2018

Recovery will take longer, police warn

Police have said when the lorry fell, it took out a lamppost.

Recovery vehicles are at the scene, but cannot begin to remove the vehicle until the power has been turned off for the street light.

Highways England are on the way to the scene to deal with the incident.

Recovery vehicle now at the scene now

Lorry being recovered after crash at Sudbury Roundabout on the A50 on 30.03.18
Lorry being recovered after crash at Sudbury Roundabout on the A50 on 30.03.18

More pics from the scene

Overturned lorry on the A50 at Sudbury roundabout on March 30, 2018
Overturned lorry on the A50 at Sudbury roundabout on March 30, 2018

Recovery on the way

Derbyshire police say recovery is on the way to the site to remove the lorry.

They have warned, however, the road could be completely closed while this is done.

Emergency services are at the scene

Hour long delays, Highways England warns

Videos have revealed traffic building up in the area

Ambulance service dispatched to the scene

A Derbyshire Police spokesman confirmed East Midlands Ambulance Service paramedics have been sent to the scene. It is not yet known if there are any casualties.

Lorry unlikely to be recovered 'for at least an hour' - cops

A Derbyshire Police spokesman said: “One lane is open westbound, but we’re still waiting for the vehicle to be recovered and taken away. It’s likely to be at least an hour before recovery takes place.”

Dramatic photos reveal overturned lorry

Dramatic photos have been released following the incident in Sudbury.

These photos have been taken by Derbyshire Roads Policing Unit Twitter page

One man rescued from vehicle

One man has been rescued from a vehicle, Derbyshire Fire and Rescue has confirmed.

Traffic Twitter page has tweeted about the incident

Traffic is building on the A50

Traffic and travel information website Inrix has reported that a lorry has overturned on the Sudbury roundabout.

Traffic is queuing in the area of the A50 and it is reportedly the worst heading away from Foston.

Congestion is believed to be building on the A50 to junction six for Scropton and Hatton.

Traffic is backing up due to overturned lorry

Our photographer on the scene says traffic is backed up all the the way to Scropton and down the back lanes

Google Maps shows current state of traffic

Google Maps shows the current traffic in the area
Google Maps shows the current traffic in the area (Image: Google)