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A woman has terrified drivers by driving the wrong way along the A11 through Cambridgeshire and Suffolk.
She was driving for 15 miles before police were able to stop her safely close to Exning near Newmarket. Luckily there were no accidents as a result of the error.
It happened at around 1.30pm on Sunday.
Click above to watch some eye-witness footage taken on a mobile phone by Tom Hind from London.
Cambridgeshire police say a woman who drove the wrong way along the A11 through Cambridgeshire and Suffolk is lucky she didn't crash.
She drove for around 15 miles before police managed to stop her safely.
A woman has driven the wrong way up the A11 through Cambridgeshire and Suffolk.
The woman who hasn't been identified, drove in the fast lane of the dual carriageway for 15 miles before police were able to stop her safely yesterday afternoon.
Drivers were forced to take evasive action on the northbound carriageway of the busy road, as the woman drove at 50mph in the direction of Cambridge at around 1.30pm.
Cambridgeshire police were flooded with calls and managed to stop the woman by putting in a rolling roadblock in place near Exning.
A police spokesperson said the driver had mental health problems and had been taken home without charge.