Posted: Tue 4th Jan 2022

Update: A494 Aston Hill back open following earlier vehicle fire

News and Info from Deeside, Flintshire, North Wales
This article is old - Published: Tuesday, Jan 4th, 2022


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Update: A494 Aston Hill back open following earlier vehicle fire

Earlier report: A westbound section of the A494 has been closed while emergency services deal with a vehicle fire.

North Wales Police have said: “Due to an ongoing incident – the A494 Aston Hill is currently shut westbound – traffic is being diverted down the A548. Please avoid the area for the time being – many thanks for your co-operation.”

Update: Traffic is being diverted off at Queensferry.

There is queuing on the A494 in Deeside due to a vehicle fire.

Traffic Wales has said a lane closure is on the westbound side at Aston Hill.

A video shows all traffic has stopped as firefighters tackle the blaze.

There is queuing traffic back to the River Dee crossing.

A local traffic report states: “All lanes stopped and queueing traffic due to vehicle fire on A494 Aston Road”

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