Posted: Wed 7th Nov 2018

Accident involving a tractor causing delays around the Sealand Road area of Chester.

News and Info from Deeside, Flintshire, North Wales
This article is old - Published: Wednesday, Nov 7th, 2018

An accident involving a tractor is causing long delays around the Sealand Road area of Chester.

In a post on Twitter Andy Scargill said:

“Vehicle crash at Sealand Road/Bumpers Lane lights. Junction currently partially blocked by damaged tractor & trailer. Avoid if possible.”

While Adam Dandy tweeted:

“Bad accident on Sealand Rd by the Greyhound Retail Park at the lights, between a tractor & trailer and a car. Tractor looks to be jack knifed across the junction blocking Bumpers lane off.”

Latest traffic reports for the area state:

“Reports of accident , a tractor that had burst its tyre involved on A5480 Stendall Road both ways at Greyhound Retail Park.”

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