UPDATE: A10 at Ely re-opens after crash involving lorry and car closed the road this morning – causing delays as far as Waterbeach

PUBLISHED: 11:07 05 April 2018 | UPDATED: 11:07 05 April 2018

The A10 at Ely has re-opened between School Lane and Short Road after  a crash between a lorry and car.

The A10 at Ely has re-opened between School Lane and Short Road after a crash between a lorry and car.


The A10 at Ely has re-opened following a collision between a lorry and a car that closed the main road for commuters this morning (April 5).

The road was been closed between School Lane and Short Road causing queuing traffic.

One commuter tweeted: “#A10 closed south of lazy otter”

Cambs Travel News tweeted: “#A10 between #Stretham and #Chittering is now CLOSED in both directions due to a collision, just south of @the_lazy_otter.

“@CambsCops are on scene.”

A spokesman for Stagecoach buses said: “Cambridge 9 Service: Due to accident on A10, services are delayed currently on a diversion, sincere apologies this may cause.”

Cambs Travel updated: “UPDATE #A10 between #Stretham and #Chittering: traffic is now being allowed past the scene of the collision, although delays remain in both directions.”

The travel page has now tweeted: “✅CLEARED: #A10 between #Stretham and #Chittering - all lanes are back open following a collision earlier, and all the delays have CLEARED.”

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