Delays on A14 and A14 near Huntingdon after lorry overturns at Brampton

17:36 25 March 2014

Lorry overturned on A14 at Brampton

Lorry overturned on A14 at Brampton

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An overturned lorry at Brampton is causing delays on the A14 and the A1 this evening (Tuesday).

Cambridgeshire police and the East of England Ambulance Service (EEAS) were called at 5pm to the eastbound carriageway of the A14 between the Brampton Hut junction and the Brampton turn off.

One lane of the road has been closed and is causing delays on both the A14 and the A1.

An EEAS spokesman said no-one had been injured in the incident.

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