Three A14 incidents cause long delays

09:16 06 January 2014


Three incidents on A14 compile motorists’ Monday morning misery as delays build in Huntingdonshire.

Two cars crashed in the eastbound carriageway near Fenstanton at 7am blocking the outside lane. At the same time a lane was blocked near Spittals as a van had broken down.

At 7.45am another van broke down on the A14, this time at Ellington.

All incidents have been cleared but traffic is still queuing at Spittals.


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