Overturned lorry at A1 junction near Huntingdon

10:58 30 April 2014

The overturned lorry at Alconbury. Picture:RoadpoliceBCH

The overturned lorry at Alconbury. Picture:RoadpoliceBCH

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An overturned lorry near Huntingdon has been cleared.

The overturned lorry is righted. Picture:RoadpoliceBCHThe overturned lorry is righted. Picture:RoadpoliceBCH

The B1043, Old Gt North Rd, Alconbury, and the A1 northbound carriageway slip road were closed for a number of hours this morning (Wednesday) to recover a lorry which overturned just before 7am.

By 9am, the lorry had been put back on its wheels and the roads were reopened.

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