Shed load on A14 causes motorist misery as queues stretch from near Huntingdon to Cambridge

PUBLISHED: 17:49 28 August 2014 | UPDATED: 10:05 29 August 2014

A digger fell off a trailer onto the A14 yesterday.

A digger fell off a trailer onto the A14 yesterday.

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A digger pulled along by a tractor fell onto the A14 yesterday evening causing long delays.

One lane of the westbound carriageway between Hemingford Abbots and Godmanchester was closed after the digger fell onto the road at about 4.30pm.

It remained shut for a few hours with congestion stretching back to the M11 at Girton.

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