Lanes reopen after A14 collision causes three miles of congestion
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Three miles of congestion built up after two lanes on the A14 were closed early today, after two lorries were in a collision near Newmarket.
Suffolk Police said the crash occurred at Exning, on the westbound carriageway, at around 7.50am
Highways England said two lanes were closed between junctions 38 and 37, and this was likely to add around 45 minutes to usual journey times.
However, it said all lanes are now running, and the vehicles involved in the collision have now been moved to a safe location by traffic officers at scene to await recovery.
Police said there were no injuries.