Travel mayhem after swan lands on A14 at Huntingdon

A SWAN is causing havoc on the A14 this morning (Friday) ... by sitting on the road.

Officers were sent to the westbound carriageway of the busy road, between junctions 20 and 21, at 6.45am. A RSPCA officer has also been called to remove the swan.

The swan is being held at the side of the room by Cambridgeshire police and one lane is currently closed.

The road is expected to be clear around 9.30am.

It is the second incident where a swan has landed on the A14 in a week. Last Friday, a swan was removed from the dual carriageway at Godmanchester and placed in the River Great Ouse at the Chinese Bridge.

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