Posted: Mon 7th Jan 2019

A548 partially blocked due to a collision near Deeside Industrial Estate

News and Info from Deeside, Flintshire, North Wales
This article is old - Published: Monday, Jan 7th, 2019


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The A548 from Tenth Avenue towards Flintshire Bridge was reported to be partially blocked earlier due to a road traffic collision.

Ally shared the image above and told us police had stopped traffic passing the scene.

Phil told us the car has been moved and Traffic appears to being moving freely now.

The latest traffic report for the area states:

‘A548 Partially blocked due to accident on A548 Shotwick Road between Weighbridge Road and Tenth Avenue. Traffic is coping well. Note change of location.’

The accident had previously been reported as Kelsterton Road but this has now changed.

https://twitter.com/DeesideDotCom/status/1082181114209492992

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