Up to five vehicles - including two lorries- involved in collision on the A47 in Fens today

13:44 30 June 2014

A47 partially blocked after collision

A47 partially blocked after collision

Archant

The A47 in Fenland has been partially blocked because of a multi vehicle pile up.

Two lorries and two or three cars were involved in the collision this morning which happened between the A141 March Road roundabout at Guyhirn and the B1167 New Cut junction at Thorney Toll.

No one is thought to have been seriously injured although police say on driver suffered slight injuries and was taken to hospital for treatment.

Recovery work is under way and it is not known when the road will completely re-open.

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