A14 westbound reopens after two lorries crash and large fuel spill

The crash happened on the A14 at Newmarket

The crash happened on the A14 at Newmarket - Credit: Cia As Evaldas

The A14 westbound reopened this morning after two lorries collided, creating a large fuel spill.

The crash happened at about 2pm yesterday, July 26, at Newmarket.

According to a spokesman for Suffolk police, the road was completely blocked in the Cambridge-bound direction.

Suffolk police said at 5pm the road was likely to remain closed throughout the evening.

However, according to a tweet from National Highways East, the road was reopened at about 1am.