Rush hour accident causes tailbacks on main routes into Ely

08:34 11 July 2014

The road was shut until 9.40pm

The road was shut until 9.40pm

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An accident involving two cars and a lorry has caused tailbacks on the A10 and A142 this morning.

The incident occurred at about 6.45am with police confirming that a lorry collided with two cars.

There are no serious injuries reported but traffic is queuing at the A142 Angel Drove junction with the A10 as commuter traffic builds up.

Police are advising motorists to find an alternative route.

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