Guyhirn roundabout re-opens after farm vehicle overturned – A141 to March still CLOSED

The A141 towards March is still closed after a farm vehicle over turned on the Guyhirn roundabout ea

The A141 towards March is still closed after a farm vehicle over turned on the Guyhirn roundabout earlier this afternoon (July 17). Picture: Facebook / Policing Wisbech - Credit: Archant

Guyhirn roundabout has re-opened after a farm vehicle overturned on the A47 between March and Wisbech.

The A141 towards March is still closed after a farm vehicle over turned on the Guyhirn roundabout ea

The A141 towards March is still closed after a farm vehicle over turned on the Guyhirn roundabout earlier this afternoon (July 17). Picture: Facebook / Policing Wisbech - Credit: Archant

A spokesman for Cambridgeshire Constabulary said: “The Guyhirn roundabout is now open again, however the A141 towards March is still closed due to hydraulic oil on the carriageway that will need cleaning.”

Police have not confirmed if the driver of the vehicle that overturned at Guyhirn roundabout at the junction with the A141 escaped injury.

The A141 towards March remains closed whilst recovery is under way.

“Please approach with care” said the police spokesman.

Farm vehicle overturns at Guyhirn roundabout on the A47 PHOTO: Fen Cops

Farm vehicle overturns at Guyhirn roundabout on the A47 PHOTO: Fen Cops - Credit: Archant


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Traffic approaching the roundabout is already subject to delays as work continues the traffic lights installation at the Gaul Road junction in March. Temporary lights are in place and will be for several weeks whilst work continues there.

The A141 towards March is still closed after a farm vehicle over turned on the Guyhirn roundabout ea

The A141 towards March is still closed after a farm vehicle over turned on the Guyhirn roundabout earlier this afternoon (July 17). Picture: Facebook / Policing Wisbech - Credit: Archant

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