Emergency gas main repair causing traffic choas in Hawarden today
Emergency gas main repairs are causing disruption to travel through Hawarden today.
Two-way traffic signals are in operation as engineers work on the leaking gas main.
Deputy Leader of Flintshire County Council Bernie Attridge posted a message on twitter this afternoon saying:
“Chaos in Hawarden village have got street scene on way to sort traffic management out.”
Steve Jones, Chief Officer Streetscene and Transportation said;
“Following a gas leak, Wales and West Utilities are currently working to repair the gas main on the B5125 in Hawarden. In order to carry out the repairs, temporary two way traffic signals are in operation, which will be manually operated during peak traffic hours.
“Flintshire County Council are working with the utility company to ensure these emergency works are completed as quickly as possible.”
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