Posted: Wed 17th Aug 2016

Police appeal for witnesses after a 4 vehicle RTC closed the A494

News and Info from Deeside, Flintshire, North Wales
This article is old - Published: Wednesday, Aug 17th, 2016

The A494 was blocked this afternoon due to a four-vehicle collision on Aston Hill, between the Buckley turn off and Queensferry.

Reports say the accident involves a motorcyclist who is believed to have received serious, but non-life-threatening injuries.

Facebook comment: Just seen this accident. Horrible!! Rider looks like he’s been hit and landed on the other side of the central reservation. Hope he’s ok!!

Congestion stretched back around three miles to Sealand on the westbound carriageway while queues of up to five miles built up past Northop on the eastbound side.

Police have since put out a request for witnesses to the crash which took place around 4.20pm

The road reopened at 5.40pm

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