Posted: Wed 14th Mar 2018

Man arrested after van crashed in Flintshire village

News and Info from Deeside, Flintshire, North Wales
This article is old - Published: Wednesday, Mar 14th, 2018

Police say a man has been arrested this morning in Flintshire after refusing a roadside drug test following a crash.

Police closed the B5121 between Ffordd Gledlom and A541 after a silver 4×4 collided and rolled over, the vehicle hit BT pole and phone lines have been damaged.

A police spokesperson said;

“A 33 yr old male has been arrested in Lixwm following an RTC where a considerable amount of damage has been caused. Arrested on suspicion of aggravated vehicle taking and refusal to provide a drug swipe. Enquiries on going.”

The incident happened just after 9am close to the Crown Inn pub in the village, the man has also been arrested for alleged Unauthorised Taking of a Motor Vehicle.

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