Major A63 delays heading into Hull due to broken down…

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Major A63 delays heading into Hull due to broken down…

Major A63 delays heading into Hull due to broken down lorry
2022-11-07 08:36:00
Motorists faced rush-hour delays on the A63 this morning (Monday, November 7) due to a broken down lorry. Motorists reported a lorry had broken down on the A63 eastbound, heading into Hull, just under the Humber Bridge. The incident was between the North Ferriby and Hessle junctions. The incident was reported at around 8.25am on Monday, November 7. Google Maps showed very heavy traffic eastbound heading as far back as Welton. Motorists were told to expect lengthy delays. Read more:Speed camera van catches reckless motorist doing 146mph on East Yorkshire road One motorist reported that the lorry had 'jackknifed' on the bend under the bridge. He advised motorists to take extra care in the area. Google Maps also reported heavy traffic on surrounding routes as drivers seek alternative routes into Hull city centre. There was heavy traffic through Swanland and on Boothferry Road. Traffic was also heavy on the A15 Humber Bridge itself during the morning rush hour as people commute into work. This was a live, ongoing incident. We kept you updated with the latest information below.09:47Sam CooperTraffic beginning to clearTraffic is beginning to clear in the area, as this Google Maps picture shows.ShareComments09:32Sam CooperCarriageway now clearThe jackknifed lorry has now been moved but long delays remain.ShareComments09:03Sam CooperTraffic continues to buildTraffic is now queuing back past the Melton junction.ShareComments08:54Sam CooperHeavy trafficTraffic is queuing on the A63 eastbound as far back as Melton.ShareComments08:49Sam CooperLatest traffic situationThe latest traffic situation, according to Google Maps.ShareComments08:41Sam CooperPicture from the sceneShareComments

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