A lorry has been blown over and is blocking the A14 at the Brampton Hut interchange as Storm Doris causes havoc on Cambridgeshire’s roads.
Police were called at 11.32am today to reports of a lorry blown over on the southbound carriageway of the A1 just before Brampton Hut.
The lorry is clear of the carriageway and recovery will wait until the wind has died down. The driver sustained minor injuries as a result of the incident.
Police were called at 12.05pm today (February 23) to reports of a lorry blown over on the A141 near Chatteris.
The driver sustained minor injuries as a result of the incident.
Fenland Police are reporting that Long Drove at Friday Bridge is closed due to a fallen tree and power lines down.
The B1101 March Road at Friday Bridge is also blocked by a tree.
There are also reports delays on High Road at Tydd St Giles due to fallen trees.
A47 Wisbech by-pass is also partly blocked due to a tree down.
High Road, Wisbech St Mary, also has two trees down.
Cambs fire and rescue tweeted to say: “Fallen trees/debris in road? Don’t ring us, report them here: Cambridgeshire (not Pbo) 03450455212 and for Peterborough 01733 747474”
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