Delays on A14 due to accident and broken down lorry

PUBLISHED: 09:57 18 February 2013 | UPDATED: 09:57 18 February 2013

Police were called to the scene

Police were called to the scene

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A LANE was closed on the eastbound A14 this morning after a vehicle was in collision in with the central reservation.

The driver of the vehicle managed to get out of the car after the incident at 6.35am today (Monday, February 18) and was uninjured, a police spokesman said.

The accident happened eastbound at Junction 22, Brampton, but the lane was reopened approximately one hour later.

Another lane was also blocked on the A14 eastbound between Junction 23, the Spittals Interchange, and Junction 24, Godmanchester, due to a broken down lorry.

Cambridgeshire County Council’s traffic manager team tweeted to tell motorists to expect delays.

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