Dramatic impact after a land rover and a lorry collide on a stretch of Fenland road

PUBLISHED: 18:21 28 March 2014 | UPDATED: 18:21 28 March 2014

RTC. 40ft River road Benwick. Picture: Steve Williams.

RTC. 40ft River road Benwick. Picture: Steve Williams.

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These were the aftermath scenes along the 40ft river in the Fens today after a land rover and a lorry collided.

RTC. 40ft River road Benwick. Picture: Steve Williams. RTC. 40ft River road Benwick. Picture: Steve Williams.

These were the aftermath scenes along the 40ft river in the Fens today after a land rover and a lorry collided.

The collision blocked part of the road for sometime and traffic was held up briefly.

Recovery vehicles and police were quickly on the scene.

The incident happened along the 40ft and next to a turning off to Benwick.

By 9am the road was fully re-open.

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