Road closure after pedestrian is hit by lorry

PUBLISHED: 16:28 17 November 2017 | UPDATED: 16:28 17 November 2017

Huntingdon Road, in Wyton, is closed both ways between the A141 Hartford roundabout and Houghton.

Huntingdon Road, in Wyton, is closed both ways between the A141 Hartford roundabout and Houghton.

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A road has been closed between Hartford and Wyton after a pedestrian was hit by a lorry.

Emergency services were called to Banks End, in Wyton, at about 3.45pm today (Friday) following reports that a lorry had hit a pedestrian, believed to be a man.

According to Cambridgeshire police, the A1123 between the A141 Hartford roundabout and Wyton has been closed in both directions while ambulance crews attend to the man. The extent of his injuries are not yet known.

Motorists are being advised to avoid the area.

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