Posted: Tue 25th Jul 2023

A55 in Flintshire all clear following earlier bovine invasion

News and Info from Deeside, Flintshire, North Wales
This article is old - Published: Tuesday, Jul 25th, 2023

Update: Traffic Wales has confirmed the “cattle have now been safely removed from the network.”

Earlier report: Motorists travelling on the A55 are being warned about delays due to cows on the road.

The bovine invasion has taken place at junction 33 near Northop (Flint/Mold turn off).

Traffic Wales has confirmed that a herd of cattle found their way onto the busy road in both directions.

There is around two and a half miles of stationary traffic on the westbound side.

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