Posted: Tue 26th Jan 2021

All lanes on stretch of the A55 in Cheshire back open following earlier collision involving a lorry

News and Info from Deeside, Flintshire, North Wales
This article is old - Published: Tuesday, Jan 26th, 2021

Update: Lorry hase moved into a lay-by, all lanes have been re-opened.

Earlier report: There are delays on the A55 eastbound between the Posthouse roundabout and junction 39 for Boughton after a lorry collided with the central reservation.

The road is partially blocked and traffic is queuing around two miles back to the Wrexham Road turn at junction 38.

Latest traffic report for the area states: “Partially blocked and queueing traffic due to accident, a lorry involved on A55 Eastbound between J38 A483 Wrexham Road (Posthouse Roundabout) and J39 A41 (Sainsbury’s / Boughton Heath Roundabout). Traffic is being forced onto the grass verge to pass the lorry which has gone into the central reservation. Traffic was held for some time from around 12:30.”

 

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