A14 blocked at Huntingdon after two vehicle crash

12:03 12 August 2014

Archant

Part of the A14 at Huntingdon is blocked after a crash this morning (Tuesday).

Two vehicles crashed on the westbound carriageway, just before the Spittals Interchange, at 11.17am leaving one car facing oncoming traffic.

No-one is thought to have been injured.

One lane has been closed as a car is blocking the road.

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