Road reopens following milk spillage

AN A14 slip-road in Cambridgeshire has reopened after a tanker overturned and spilled 5,000 litres of milk across the road today.

AN A14 slip-road in Cambridgeshire has now opened after a tanker overturned and spilled 5,000 litres of milk across the road today.

Fire crews from Cambridge and Huntingdon were called out to the Fenstanton junction on the A14 shortly after 5.30am this morning .

The tanker was believed to be heading to the Dairy Crest dairy, and no one was injured in the accident.

The tanker was made safe by the fire service shortly after 6am.

However the environment and highways agencies, together with Cambridgeshire police, are now dealing with the milk, broken glass and crates which have spilled into waterways in the area.

A spokeswoman for the Highways Agency said the road reopened just before 10.30am.

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