Traffic is now moving freely again on the A47 near Guyhirn after earlier reports of a jackknifed loory.
Police were called at 3.12pm today, Wednesday January 2, to the A47 at Guyhirn with reports of a road traffic collision.
A police spokeswoman said earlier: "The lorry was heading towards Wisbech when it reportedly jackknifed across the road.
"Traffic is at a standstill as a result.
"Officers are currently on scene, together with paramedics."
But police have since tweeted this update: "Emergency Services have checked the area of the the A47 and no RTC has been found. Traffic is moving freely."
A police spokeswoman further clarified: "A lorry was heading towards Wisbech when it reportedly jack-knifed across the road.
"A driver in another vehicle swerved to avoid the lorry and as a consequence came off the road.
"The lorry was able to continue travelling and both vehicles had left the scene by the time officers arrived.
"Traffic was disrupted for a short while as a result of the incident."