Two lorries crashed on A14 near Spaldwick
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Two lorries have crashed on the A14 near Spaldwick.
The incident occurred on the Westbound carriageway, near the Stow Longa junction, at approximately 3.25pm today (June 23).
Officers from Cambridgeshire Police attended the scene.
No injuries were reported following the crash, but debris was present on the road.
Queues of over two miles followed the incident, between Junction 20 for Ellington and Junction 18 for Spaldwick.
Motorists have been advised to allow extra time for their journey.
A spokesperson for Cambridgeshire Police said: "It (the crash) was called in about 3.25pm, Westbound carriageway of the A14 before the Stow Longa junction.
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"Collision involving two lorries.
"No mention of any casualties but some debris on the road.
"Police still on scene."
An earlier statement from Cambridgeshire County Council's Traffic Management Centre read: "A14 Westbound between J20 Ellington J18 Spaldwick.
"Queues of over two miles due to a reported road traffic collision.
"Please allow extra time for your journey."