Glass shattered across road and one vehicle in ditch after four car crash on A141 near Doddington

PUBLISHED: 12:41 13 December 2018

Four cars were involved in a collision on the A141 between March and Chatteris on Wednesday December 12. Picture: SUBMITTED.

Four cars were involved in a collision on the A141 between March and Chatteris on Wednesday December 12. Picture: SUBMITTED.

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Four cars were involved in a collision on the A141 between March and Chatteris last night - just hours after a lorry overturned on the same stretch of road.

Four cars were involved in a collision on the A141 between March and Chatteris on Wednesday December 12. Picture: SUBMITTED.Four cars were involved in a collision on the A141 between March and Chatteris on Wednesday December 12. Picture: SUBMITTED.

“One of the cars was left on its side, another deep in a ditch and there was glass everywhere,” said a witness.

“It happened literally yards away from where the lorry left the road in the morning.”

Four cars were involved in a collision on the A141 between March and Chatteris on Wednesday December 12. Picture: SUBMITTED.Four cars were involved in a collision on the A141 between March and Chatteris on Wednesday December 12. Picture: SUBMITTED.

In the morning an overturned lorry led to the A141 between Chatteris and Doddington being partially blocked.

Police were called to the incident at Isle of Ely Way and there were queues of more than one mile in both directions.

The A141 between Chatteris and Doddington was partially blocked due to an overturned lorry on Wednesday December 12. Picture: BBC CAMBRIDGESHIRE/TWITTER.The A141 between Chatteris and Doddington was partially blocked due to an overturned lorry on Wednesday December 12. Picture: BBC CAMBRIDGESHIRE/TWITTER.


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