Two-car crash causes hold-up on Huntingdon ring road

10:32 20 February 2014

Police car.

Police car.

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Queues of traffic built up on Huntingdon ring road last night after a two-car crash.

Police were called to Riverside Road at about 4.45pm after the damage-only crash.

A spokesman said no-one was injured. She added that there were small tailbacks for a number of hours as the vehicles were not recovered until around 7pm.

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