Hull traffic, travel and news live updates on September 17

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Hull traffic, travel and news live updates on September 17

Hull traffic, travel and news live updates on September 17
2021-09-17 06:14:00
Motorists can expect further traffic queues on the roads this Friday morning. Gridlocks have been described as “painfully slow”. Humberside Police's Neighbourhood Police Teams have asked parents to “bike it” or “walk it” on the school run to beat the queues. A five-mile cycle lane is to be built from Hull to Cottingham, work will begin on Monday 20 September. Read more here. The Humber Bridge will close overnight in October for repairs, it has been announced. More on that here. Find the latest traffic and travel updates for your area. 08:00Keith PhillipsSlow traffic on Stoneferry RoadSlow traffic on A1033 Stoneferry Road in both directions from B1237 Leads Road to Chamberlain Road.A lane closure is in place.07:39Keith PhillipsVet’s heartfelt plea after putting down five dogs in one dayA vet has issued an urgent, heartfelt plea to owners after having to put down five completely healthy dogs in one day.The vet, who wants to remain anonymous, says the issue of overpopulation has become a huge problem.The vet said many animal welfare organisations and some shelters have no choice but to euthanise dogs when they simply run out of space.Read the full story here.07:34Keith PhillipsSpike in burglaries across HullThere has been a rise in burglaries across Hull in recent weeks says Humberside Police, particularly in the east of the city.”We have been called to incidents were criminals have gained access to insecure properties, by which doors, windows and on occasion, vehicles have been left unlocked by residents.”In a bid to deter these “sneak in” burglars we are recommending some essential crime prevention advice to ensure you are able to keep yourself, your home and your property safe.”Police are asking people to take action by:Please ensure your doors and windows are kept closed and locked even when you are at home.Make sure outbuildings such as garages and sheds are kept secured and anything inside of value is secured by a strong quality lock.You can also consider registering your valuable items on immobilise by visiting their website.The crime prevention team also recommend security doorbells or CCTV saying, ” It may be expensive, but they are very effective deterrents.”07:13Keith PhillipsAdvanced warning of extra traffic ahead of Saturday’s home matchHull City v Sheff

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