CAMBS: A14 reopened after four-vehicle crash
THE westbound carriageway of the A14 at Cambridge is closed after a four-vehicle crash this morning (Friday).
Emergency services were called to the Girton Interchange at 11.30am to reports of the accident, involving a caravan and a van and two other vehicles.
One person has been taken to Addenbrooke’s Hospital, Cambridge, as a precaution. A Cambridgeshire police spokesman said it is not believed to be a serious injury.
Fire crews were in attendance and cut free a person who was trapped in a vehicle.
They returned to their fire stations by 1.15pm.
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The A14 was closed while officers waited for recovery of the vehicles.
The Highways Agency reopened the road at about 2pm but motorists are facing delays of around an hour.
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