Crush hour

DRIVERS were stuck in traffic queues on the A14 during the Monday morning rush-hour after a van tipped over and a lorry broke down. A police spokesman said they were called at 7.15am to reports that a lorry carrying 25 tonnes of steel had broken down nea

DRIVERS were stuck in traffic queues on the A14 during the Monday morning rush-hour after a van tipped over and a lorry broke down.

A police spokesman said they were called at 7.15am to reports that a lorry carrying 25 tonnes of steel had broken down near the Spittals roundabout.

A few moments later - and just yards away - a blue Ford Ranger van overturned.

No one was believed to have been injured.


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Although the road remained open, motorists travelling on the eastbound carriageway of the A14 faced delays between Alconbury and Spittals while the vehicles were recovered.

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