More than a dozen motorists have been caught using their mobile phones while travelling along the A11.
Police attended the scene on Wednesday after a lorry overturned on a roundabout at Thetford.
While dealing with the incident, Norfolk and Suffolk Roads and Armed Policing Team reported 13 drivers for driving and using their mobile phones to take pictures of the road traffic collision.
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The A11 in Norfolk is closed in both directions between Mildenhall and Thetford because of a lorry crash.
Highways England say the lorry is overturned across the central reservation and collision, recovery and barrier repair work is underway.
The road will remain closed for several hours and diversions are in place.
Police are warning motorists to expect delays after a lorry shed its load of hay bales on the A11.
The Northbound carriageway at Larling, Norfolk has reopened and one lane Southbound is due to open shortly.
Diversions are in place.
A father of three has died in a crash on the A11 near Cambridge.
Police were called to Little Abington on Friday evening (2 February) just before 7pm, after reports of a collision involving a black Volkswagen Golf.
37-year-old Adam Rahim from Cambridge died at the scene.
Police are appealing for witnesses.
"Adam was a fantastic father our three children, a soul mate to his partner for many years and a loving son and brother. "He was a sweet natured, gentle loving man who will be missed by everyone who knew him."
Queues are building on the A11 in Norfolk after a crash on the Thetford bound carriageway closed the road.
Emergency services are on scene to deal with the incident. Police say the carriageway heading west at Roudham between Thetford and Larling is closed.
- Video courtesy of Hayley Shireen
Drivers are being warned of delays on the A11 northbound in Cambridgeshire due to a major bus fire.
It happened between Worsted Lodge and Six Mile Bottom near Duxford.
One lane is closed while the fire service deal with the incident.
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A fire at a petrol station in Suffolk has caused major disruption on the A11 this morning.
Emergency services have been on the scene at the Barton Mills roundabout since just before 7am today (Saturday).
The blaze broke out in the Esso garage shop and fire crews worked quickly to prevent it spreading to the forecourt and fuel supply.
The A11 had been closed in both directions but has since reopened northbound, with just one lane still closed southbound.
The A11 near Thetford in Norfolk is likely to remain closed well into this afternoon after a car transporter crashed spilling a number of cars on to the road.
The A11 in Norfolk has re-opened after an accident during the rush hour closed it northbound for several hours.
It happened between the Breckland Lodge roundabout at Attleborough and the Ellingham Road turn off.