A14 near Bury reopens following concerns for man’s welfare
A stretch of the A14 which was closed by police this afternoon following concerns for the welfare of a man has been reopened.
Police were called at 2.05pm to an incident on the A14 at Barrow and both carriageways of the road were closed.
A police spokesman said a man has been injured and taken to Addenbrooke's Hospital in Cambridgeshire.
The air ambulance had also attended the scene.
She said she could not yet confirm how badly the man had been injured.
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"We were called to concerns for the safety of a man and that person was located," she said. "They have sustained some injuries and have been taken to hospital.
"The road has been reopened."
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