Two drivers escaped injury after their lorries collide on busy stretch of the A142 in East Cambridgeshire

PUBLISHED: 13:57 11 December 2018

Police and emergency services were called at 10.43am to reports of a collision in Ely Road, Wentworth, involving two lorries. Picture: BBC RADIO CAMBRIDGESHIRE

Police and emergency services were called at 10.43am to reports of a collision in Ely Road, Wentworth, involving two lorries. Picture: BBC RADIO CAMBRIDGESHIRE

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Both drivers escaped serious injury today when two lorries collided on a busy stretch of the A142 in East Cambridgeshire.

Police and emergency services were called at 10.43am to reports of a collision in Ely Road, Wentworth, involving two lorries. Picture: BBC RADIO CAMBRIDGESHIREPolice and emergency services were called at 10.43am to reports of a collision in Ely Road, Wentworth, involving two lorries. Picture: BBC RADIO CAMBRIDGESHIRE

Police and emergency services were called at 10.43am to reports of a collision in Ely Road, Wentworth, involving two lorries.

Medics attended to both drivers whilst police closed the road for recovery work to get under way.

The A142 was closed in both directions for a time as the emergency services dealt with the collision.

Police and emergency services were called at 10.43am to reports of a collision in Ely Road, Wentworth, involving two lorries. Picture: BBC RADIO CAMBRIDGESHIRE Police and emergency services were called at 10.43am to reports of a collision in Ely Road, Wentworth, involving two lorries. Picture: BBC RADIO CAMBRIDGESHIRE

Police and emergency services were called at 10.43am to reports of a collision in Ely Road, Wentworth, involving two lorries. Picture: BBC RADIO CAMBRIDGESHIRE Police and emergency services were called at 10.43am to reports of a collision in Ely Road, Wentworth, involving two lorries. Picture: BBC RADIO CAMBRIDGESHIRE


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