All A14 lanes near Newmarket reopened after car fire on Suffolk and Cambridgeshire border
All lanes on the A14 between junction 36 (Newmarket) and junction 35 (Stow cum Quy) are now reopened following road resurfacing after a car fire yesterday.
Emergency services were called to the westbound carriageway near junction 35 at 10.30am yesterday after reports that a car was well alight.
The carriageway was closed while recovery took place which caused long delays.
National Highways East tweeted in the early hours of this morning that the road resurfacing was completed between junctions 36 and 35.
A spokesperson for Suffolk Fire and Rescue said crews used hose reel jets to contain the blaze.
No injuries have been reported.
Firefighters from Newmarket, Cambridge and Ely were called to the incident.