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Dead badgers and fox disrupt traffic on A14 near Sproughton

PUBLISHED: 07:49 28 July 2015 | UPDATED: 07:49 28 July 2015

Police said they received reports at 5.50am that four dead badgers were causing cars to swerve on the A14 eastbound in the Sproughton area near the A1156 junction.

Police said they received reports at 5.50am that four dead badgers were causing cars to swerve on the A14 eastbound in the Sproughton area near the A1156 junction.

Two badgers found dead on the A14 caused minor disruption for early morning commuters today.

Police said they received reports at 5.50am that four dead badgers were causing “cars to swerve” on the A14 eastbound in the Sproughton area near the A1156 junction.

On arrival, officers found two dead badgers and an injured fox which later died.

The animals had been moved off the carriageway by 6.20am.

The Highways Agency were called to remove the animals from the scene.


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