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Wherstead - A14 eastbound closed after car collides with lorry

11:20 13 November 2012

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TRAFFIC on the A14 was held up for almost an hour this morning after a car collided with a lorry.

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Police were called to the incident near the Wherstead junction at 8:40am and closed the eastbound side of the road.

A blue Vauxhall Cavalier had been in collision with a lorry and the drivers had sustained minor injuries.

A fire engine also attended but was not required.

The road was cleared and the police reported traffic was flowing again at 9:36am

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