Tractor carrying hay bales overturns in March

PUBLISHED: 09:48 09 November 2018 | UPDATED: 12:45 09 November 2018

A trailer carrying hay bales overturned on Peas Hill roundabout at the junction of Wisbech Road just before 6pm last night (November 8). Picture: FEN COPS

A trailer carrying hay bales overturned on Peas Hill roundabout at the junction of Wisbech Road just before 6pm last night (November 8). Picture: FEN COPS

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A tractor caused chaos after its trailer overturned and spilled hay bales onto the side of the road in March.

A trailer carrying hay bales overturned on Peas Hill roundabout at the junction of Wisbech Road just before 6pm last night (November 8). Picture: FEN COPSA trailer carrying hay bales overturned on Peas Hill roundabout at the junction of Wisbech Road just before 6pm last night (November 8). Picture: FEN COPS

The incident happened on Peas Hill roundabout at the junction of Wisbech Road just after 5pm on November 8.

Cambridgeshire Police attended to direct traffic while recovery began at the scene.

A spokesperson said: “Officers were called to reports of a road traffic collision in Isle of Ely Way, March, involving a John Deer tractor vehicle.

“The road was closed whilst a recovery took place and reopened later the same evening.”

A trailer carrying hay bales overturned on Peas Hill roundabout at the junction of Wisbech Road just before 6pm last night (November 8). Picture: FEN COPSA trailer carrying hay bales overturned on Peas Hill roundabout at the junction of Wisbech Road just before 6pm last night (November 8). Picture: FEN COPS

Pictures showed the trailer on one side with dozens of hay bales strewn across the carriageway.

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