Traffic chaos on the A14 near Cambridge after HGV collides with barrier

PUBLISHED: 09:17 13 June 2018

Chaos on the A14 today after this lorry hit a barrier. The road was later closed in one direction and traffic built up in the other direction by 'rubber neckers'  PHOTO: Roads Policing

Chaos on the A14 today after this lorry hit a barrier. The road was later closed in one direction and traffic built up in the other direction by 'rubber neckers' PHOTO: Roads Policing

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There was major chaos on the A14 near Cambridge today after a lorry collided with the central reservation.

The incident happened in the early hours but the road was latest closed at Bar Hill for repairs and recovery.

Traffic was being diverted via exit and entry slip roads due to the collision and because of the need for recovery work and barrier repairs.

There are delays of 30 minutes on the M11 northbound link to the A14.

There are delays of 40 minutes on the A428 eastbound towards the M11/A14 junction

Police say that “recovery is on-going at the moment”.

The A10 also suffered delays today, and the road from Haddenham to Wilburton was solid with vehicles heading towards Stretham.

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