Posted: Sat 7th Jan 2017

A serious collision closed the A5104 Main Road in Broughton on Saturday night

News and Info from Deeside, Flintshire, North Wales
This article is old - Published: Saturday, Jan 7th, 2017

UPDATE:

Pedestrian seriously injured after a collision with a van in Broughton on Saturday night

A serious road traffic collision closed the A5104 Main Road in Broughton last night.

Police posted a message on social media at 10.20pm asking motorists to avoid the area.

The road was closed between the Airbus roundabout along the A5104 towards the roundabout near junction 35 of the A55.

Diversions were set up as police dealt with the incident.

It is not known at this stage if anyone has been injured in the collision.

The road was reported to have reopened at around 1.30am.

Police are asking for any witnesses to call 101 quoting V003174.

This is a developing story more as and when.

 

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