Lorry leaves the road on A14 in Huntingdon

PUBLISHED: 15:14 12 March 2018 | UPDATED: 15:14 12 March 2018

Delays were caused as a lorry left the road. Credit: @roadpoliceBCH

Delays were caused as a lorry left the road. Credit: @roadpoliceBCH


A lorry careered onto a grass verge after it swerved to miss another vehicle in Huntingdon.

The incident happened earlier today and caused delays on the A14 Eastbound.

A recovery vechicle arrived shortly after to remove it from the scene.

BCH Road Policing tweeted asking drivers to ‘remain patient’.

They added: “No injuries, single vehicle left road due to avoiding another HGV.”

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