Delays after crashes A1 and A14 near Huntingdon

16:48 30 July 2014

Archant

One lane of the A1 near Huntingdon is blocked this afternoon after a three-vehicle crash.

Police were called to the southbound carriageway at Woolley at 3.50pm after an accident involving a van and two cars.

The van hit the central reservation, which is damaged, and the two cars came to rest on a verge.

The outside lane of the carriageway has been closed for recovery of the van and repairs to the crash barrier.

It is not thought that anyone was injured in the crash.

Another crash between Brampton Hut and the Brampton turn off has also blocked off one lane of traffic, causing more delays.

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