TRAFFIC REPORT: A14 crash at Fenstanton causing queues

14:55 07 December 2012

Police accident

Police accident


AN ACCIDENT on the A14 was causing a three-mile tailback on Friday afternoon (December 6).

One lane of the westbound carriageway remained closed at 2.30pm as the emergency services worked to clear a three-car crash near junction 27 at Fenstanton.

No-one was injured in the accident and the road was re-opend by 3pm, although traffic was still heavy.

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