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Long delays after A47 crash in Fenland

Long delays after A47 crash in Fenland

Published by Chris Craddock
3:47pm 18th June 2019. (Updated at 5:21pm 18th June 2019)

CREDIT Fenland Police

There were long delays on the A47 in Fenland this afternoon (18th June).

Cambridgeshire Police responded to a crash on the main road near Thorney.

Drivers were asked to approach the scene with care and they faced 30 minute delays but the scene is now clear.

The A47 was partially blocked in both directions as a result of the collision.

It's affected traffic between the A141 (Ring's End) and the B1167 (New Cut).

Get the latest updates on our roads on KLFM's Travel Page.

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