Man in 20s suffers face and arm injuries in four-car crash on A14 near St Ives

15:30 04 April 2014

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Commuters are facing lengthy delays on the A14 this afternoon after a four-vehicle crash.

A man is his 20s has suffered arm and face injuries in the incident on the westbound carriageway near Fenstanton just before 2.30pm.

It is not thought his injuries are life-threatening.

The crash involved a Honda Civic, Jaguar XF, Mazda X5 and a Ford Fiesta.

Traffic is stationary and is backed up to the Bar Hill junction.

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