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Kentford: A14 reopens after two lorries crash near junction with A11

20:41 27 January 2014

Two lorries collide on A14 at Kentford

Two lorries collide on A14 at Kentford

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The A14 at Kentford has reopened after a crash earlier this evening.

Police were notified about the collision between two lorries on the westbound carriageway between J39 and J38 around 7.30pm. An ambulance was called as one of the drivers suffered minor injuries.

Traffic was diverted off the A14 at J39 to rejoin at J37 for several hours as emergency services investigated and cleared the scene. However the road has now reopened.

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  • What do we have to do to get lorries off our roads?

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    Monday, January 27, 2014

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