Find a different route plea as A14 into Cambridgeshire experiencing severe delays because of overturned lorry

10:46 21 October 2013

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Motorists travelling on the A14 towards Cambridgeshire are being advised to find an alternative route this morning as an overturned lorry has resulted in major delays.

The westbound carriageway of the road, between junction 31, for the M11, and junction 26, St Ives, is closed because of an overturned lorry which is requiring recovery work. There is also mud on the road and barrier repairs ongoing.

Drivers are being warned to expect delays of about two hours.

One lane of the Ipswich-bound A14 carriageway between junction 28, for Cambridge and junction 29, for Bar Hill is also closed because of the incident and the northbound carriageway of the M11 between the junctions for Cambridge and Girton.

Are you caught in the delays? Call the newsdesk on 01354 652621

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