Posted: Tue 29th Dec 2015

Council bin lorry ends up in Higher Kinnerton ditch

News and Info from Deeside, Flintshire, North Wales
This article is old - Published: Tuesday, Dec 29th, 2015

Updated: The bin lorry has now been recovered and removed to be assessed for damage.


 

Lesters Lane in Higher Kinnerton will remain closed overnight after attempts to move a Flintshire County Council bin lorry which had careered into a ditch earlier in the afternoon were abandoned until Wednesday morning.

A recovery team will bring in a crane to pull the lorry from the ditch.

Thankfully there has been no reported injuries as a result of the incident, it’s not clear how the lorry ended up in the ditch.

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