Queues build on A14 near Huntingdon after crash

08:54 07 January 2014

Archant

Queues have built up on the A14 this morning after an accident earlier on.

Officers were called to the eastbound carriageway near the Catworth junction just before 6.45am to reports of a single vehicle crash.

A spokesman for Cambridgeshire police said no-one was injured in the incident that blocked the left-hand lane of the dual carriageway.

The road was cleared by 8am but delays in the area remain.

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