Lucky escape for lorry drivers after collision on A14

PUBLISHED: 12:34 16 April 2018

The scene of the collision on the A14 in Godmanchester. Picture: BCH Road Policing

The scene of the collision on the A14 in Godmanchester. Picture: BCH Road Policing


All lanes have now been reopened on the A14 eastbound at Godmanchester follwing a collision involving two lorries.

The collision, which happened ealier this morning, caused disruption around the Huntingdon area after two HGV’s crashed causing one lane of the A14 to be closed.

Recovery vehicles were at the scene with traffic offers and police said the two drivers escaped with minor injuries.

A tweet from Highways England read: “A14 eastbound between J24 and J26. One lane (of two) remains closed due to a collision. Recovery is now on scene with our traffic officers. There are delays in the area. Please take care on approach.”

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