A165 closed in both directions after portacabin falls off lorry

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A165 closed in both directions after portacabin falls off lorry

A165 closed in both directions after portacabin falls off lorry
2021-11-03 16:28:00
Drivers are being warned of traffic chaos on Wednesday afternoon in the Brandesburton area. An accident involving a lorry that has shed its load of a portacabin that it was carrying has closed the road. The A165 Bridlington Road is currently blocked in both directions. For more traffic and travel news click here. Motorists are stuck in queues between New Road and the Catfoss Lane Industrial Estate turn off. In a tweet, Humberside Police said: “Motorists are advised to avoid the A165, BRIDLINGTON road (North of BRANDESBURTON) due to an incident involving a lorry. The road is currently closed in both directions.” Click here to get the latest news to your email inbox. 16:58Keith PhillipsPortacabins ‘cleared from RAF Catfoss’One local resident speculates that old portacabins are being cleared from the nearby RAF Catfoss airfield and two firms have been contracted for the removals.16:50Keith PhillipsRecovery operation underwayHumberside Police says a road clearance operation is now underway. We responded to a road traffic collision on the A165 Bridlington Road near to Brandesburton at 3.30pm today.A transporter has shed its load of a large portacabin and it is blocking the carriageway.No other vehicles are involved in the incident and no one has reported any injuries.Recovery of the load is taking place and the A165 will remain blocked in both directions until the vehicle and load can be recovered.Drivers are advised to avoid the area.16:40Keith Phillips’It slid off’Another eyewitness at the scene said: I saw it happen, it literally slid off as he came round the corner16:37Keith PhillipsEyewitness at the sceneOne eyewitness said: Lorry has lost its load just outside the Catfoss turn off. Slow traffic from Beeford Way however no access from Brandesburton Way16:34Keith PhillipsCrash sceneThe lorry is repor

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