Two men injured after crash involving three vans and a lorry on A47 at Guyhirn

16:03 24 March 2016

Two men injured after crash involving three vans and a lorry on A47 at Guyhirn

Two men injured after crash involving three vans and a lorry on A47 at Guyhirn

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Two men have been injured after a four vehicle collision, involving a lorry and three vans, on the A47 at Guyhirn.

South Brink was closed for around an hour because of the accident, which took place near Nettle Bank at 2.10pm.

The crash, which is the second in two days to block the roundabout, caused delays in both directions. Bus services were also affected as a result.

There is no detail of the severity of the men’s injuries at this stage.

An eyewitness said on social media: “Didn’t look too bad so don’t think it’s going to cause long delays but traffic is heavy ATM.

“Traffic from Wisbech to Guyhirn is slow moving.”

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