Update: “Traffic Wales said: Lane 2 has now been reopened to traffic, four vehicles were involved in a collision and the recovery is now in progress.”
“The traffic jams in the area have increased now secured to J30 Pen y Cefn, restoration of three vehicles is ongoing, one vehicle with minor damage has been driven away. “
Previous report: The latest traffic report for the region states:” Road blockage and traffic jam due to an accident the A55 North Wales Expressway Eastbound from J32 A5026 (Holywell) to J33 A5119 Northop Road (Northop). On the opposite lane, the traffic is jammed by onlookers. ”
It looks as if all lanes at P. Halkyn have stopped due to an RTC – there is about 10 km of stationary traffic behind the closure. https://t.co/trvdJcvuGu pic.twitter.com/iMt0IwsbTw
Traffic Wales said it was an incident going east between J32 Holywell and J33 Flint.
“Reports of traffic jams due to an accident on the A55 North Wales Expressway Eastbound from J32 A5026 (Holywell) to J33 A5119 Northop Road (Northop). The disability must be confirmed upon arrival of the traffic officers.
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A55 Flintshire RTC and lane closure – Current situation, approximately 13 km of queue traffic E / B back behind J30 – W / B 8 km of queue traffic from Northop Hall. Surrounding roads and flint are very congested as drivers want to avoid the A55. (LINK)
Update 11:34 # A55 J32 Holywell and J33 Flint incident ⚠️
Lane 2 has now been opened to traffic again, four vehicles were involved in a collision and the recovery is in progress.
Updates will follow.
A55 Flintshire: Map shows the lockout location on the eastbound side. . (LINK)
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