Broken down lorry at St Ives causes delays as far as Duxford

PUBLISHED: 16:20 25 July 2014 | UPDATED: 16:25 25 July 2014

A lane on the A14 was closed for almost four hours after a lorry broke down near St Ives.

A lane on the A14 was closed for almost four hours after a lorry broke down near St Ives.

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A broken down lorry on the A14 at St Ives has caused delays as far as Duxford this afternoon (Friday).

Police closed one lane of the A14 near Junction 26 for St Ives at around 12.14pm causing long delays along the M11.

The lane was reopened at around 3.30pm.

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