Posted: Wed 23rd Sep 2020

Lower Aston Hall Lane reopens following earlier two vehicle collision

News and Info from Deeside, Flintshire, North Wales
This article is old - Published: Wednesday, Sep 23rd, 2020

Update: Police have said the road is back open, PC Thomas Hough from North Wales Roads Policing said: “ thank you to the public for being patient, please be careful in slippery and wet conditions, we are out patrolling all day and evening so please be mindful.”

Earlier report: Police have closed Lower Aston Hall Lane between Aston and Hawarden following a road traffic collision.

The two-vehicle crash has completely blocked the road, police have said there are no reported injuries.

The vehicles involved are currently awaiting recovery, police have asked drivers to use an alternative route for the time being.

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