Crash on A14 causes delays for motorists

09:33 17 April 2014

Police have  launched an appeal after jewellery was stolen from a Watton-At-Stone home

Police have launched an appeal after jewellery was stolen from a Watton-At-Stone home

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The A14 is now clear after a crash earlier this morning.

Police were called to the eastbound carriageway on the approach to Brampton Hut (junction 21) by the Highways Agency at about 6.45am, where two vehicles – one of which was a van – had collided. The accident was caused after one vehicle failed to stop.

While damage was caused to the vehicles, no one was injured.

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