Posted: Thu 21st Nov 2019

Updated: Thu 21st Nov

Stamford Way between Ewloe and Northop Hall closed following a collision

News and Info from Deeside, Flintshire, North Wales
This article is old - Published: Thursday, Nov 21st, 2019

Update 7:30pm – A second collision has closed the road again:

Police have closed Holywell Road between Ewloe and Northop Hall following a collision.

The road is expected to be closed until the morning and drivers have been told to use alternative routes. 

Emergency services have been seen making their way to the area.

It’s the second time the road has been closed today, earlier this afternoon a car overturned, police said no one was seriously injured.  

A police update on social media states: 

“Road closure currently in place following a road traffic collision on Holywell Road, Ewloe – between the petrol station and the Northop Hall roundabout.

Closure expected to be in place until the morning.

Please use alternative routes.”

Latest traffic report for the area states: 

“B5125 Holywell Road Northop Hall

Holywell Road both ways closed due to accident from Northop Hall Roundabout (Northop Hall) to Shotton Lane (Dragon Petrol Station, Ewloe)”

Update: The road is back open.
Previous report: The B5125. Stamford Way between Ewloe and Northop Hall is currently closed both ways following a road traffic collision.

Police have told a car has overturned.

A spokesman also said nobody has been seriously injured and the road has been closed to allow for recovery of the car.

Latest traffic report for the area states:B5125 Northop Hall

“B5125 both ways closed, queueing traffic due to accident from Chester Road (Northop Hall) to A494 (Ewloe).

There are two separate accidents along this stretch. Affecting traffic travelling between Northop Village and Ewloe.”

More to follow…



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