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A47 between King’s Lynn and Wisbech reopens following crash between two HGVs

PUBLISHED: 07:24 25 November 2017 | UPDATED: 07:24 25 November 2017

The A47 has reopened between Kings Lynn and Wisbech following a crash between two heavy goods vehicles. Picture: Denise Bradley

The A47 has reopened between Kings Lynn and Wisbech following a crash between two heavy goods vehicles. Picture: Denise Bradley

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The A47 has reopened between King’s Lynn and Wisbech following a crash between two heavy goods vehicles.

Highways England said the carriageway between the A17 junction and B198 junction at Wisbech was blocked due to an accident on Saturday morning.

In a Twitter post, Highways England said “complex recovery work” was required following a “serious” collision between two HGVs.

But shortly after 7am, it said the road was fully open in both directions.

It said: “A47 in Norfolk between A17 (KingsLynn) and B198 (Wisbech) is now fully open in both directions as recovery is complete following an earlier collision. There are no delays.”


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