Update: Man taken to hospital with minor injuries following lorry and mobile crane collision on A14 near Exning
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A man in his 50s has been taken to West Suffolk Hospital with minor injuries following a collision between a lorry and a mobile crane or tractor this morning.
Police were called just after 6am to the A14 near Exning, at junction 37.
It is thought that a lorry went into the back of a slow moving vehicle, either a tractor or a mobile crane.
Emergency services attended the scene which left several lanes closed and severe traffic delays in the area.
One of the drivers was taken to hospital with minor injuries, although a police spokesperson could not confirm which driver it was.
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The lanes were open again by 8.22am.
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