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Worlington: JCB tractor hits wall near the Walnut Tree pub causing hay bales to fall

PUBLISHED: 14:35 02 August 2014 | UPDATED: 17:26 02 August 2014

Police have been in attendance at a tractor crash

Police have been in attendance at a tractor crash

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Hay bales have come off a trailer which overturned after a tractor collided with a wall near Newmarket.

Calls to police were made at around 1.15pm after the incident near the Walnut Tree pub, in The Street, Worlington.

A force spokesman said: “A white and black JCB tractor hit a wall and the trailer has overturned which has spilt its cargo – hay bales. No-one has been injured and the road is open.”

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