The A14 in Northamptonshire is returning to business as usual after a crash left a section of the road at a standstill.
Thousands of drivers were faced with lengthy delays following a pile-up involving a tractor and three lorries which saw the westbound carriageway at Rothwell near Kettering closed for almost seven hours.
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Police have re-opened the A14 in Northamptonshire after it was closed for nearly seven hours by a crash.
Three lorries and a tractor were involved in the smash on the dual-carriageway at Rothwell near Kettering. It led to the road being shut westbound from 6.45am until lunchtime and long delays for motorists.
The tractor driver was airlifted to hospital but his injuries are not thought to be life-threatening. The lorry drivers are also believed not to have serious injuries.
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Police and the Highways Agency are warning drivers that the A14 westbound in Northamptonshire could be closed for much of the day following a serious crash involving three lorries and a tractor.
The westbound carriageway is blocked between junctions 7 and 3 after the crash at Rothwell.
One lane of the eastbound carriageway has been re-opened.
The Highways Agency says drivers should avoid the area if possible as there are significant delays.
A signed diversion is in operation with all traffic advised to leave the A14 westbound at junction 7 and follow the hollow circle diversion symbol via the A43, A6003, A427 and the A6 to rejoin the A14 at junction 3.
A14 Westbound remains closed due to an accident involving a tractor and at least a couple of lorries. Accident investigation work is taking place between J7 A43 / Henson Way (Kettering) and J3 A6 (Rothwell / Desborough).
It is causing major disruption on the A14 and other nearby roads including A6, A43, B669 and B576.