Posted: Mon 24th Jul 2017

Delays on the eastbound A55 following a collision near Northop

News and Info from Deeside, Flintshire, North Wales
This article is old - Published: Monday, Jul 24th, 2017

There are reports of long delays on the eastbound A55 heading towards Deeside following a single vehicle collision.

There’s currently around four miles of stationary traffic backing up to Brynford following the accident which happened at 10.15am when a car is believed to have hit the central barriers.

A car is believed to have hit the central barriers, police say there are no injuries.

Traffic Wales tweeted:

Ongoing incident on eastbound between J32 and J33. Lane 2 closed – emergency services managing. Barrier damage that will need repair.

Image: @TrafficWalesN

Latest traffic report says;

‘Very slow traffic and one lane closed due to the accident, one car involved on A55 Eastbound between J32A A5026 / B5123 (Pentre Halkyn) and J33 A5119 Northop Road. Lane two (Of two) is closed.

Traffic officers are on scene dealing with the accident.’

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