Police shut Argyle Street bridge after crash near Hull Royal

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Police shut Argyle Street bridge after crash near Hull Royal

Police shut Argyle Street bridge after crash near Hull Royal
2021-07-30 13:24:00
Argyle Street has been closed on Friday afternoon following a crash on a bridge near Hull Royal Infirmary. A vehicle is believed to have collided with the brick wall on the bridge off Anlaby Road, causing significant travel disruption in the area and leaving debris including bricks and parts of the vehicle strewn across the road and pavement. Read more: Orange tags set to appear on every black bin in Hull The crash is believed to have occurred at around 2pm. A spokesperson for Humberside Police said in a tweet: “Emergency services are currently in attendance at a road traffic collision in Argyle Street, Hull and the bridge has been closed. To sign up for the Hull Live newsletter, click here. “We are asking motorists and the public to avoid the area at this time. Thank you for your cooperation.” Traffic information site Inrix similarly reported that the street has been closed in both directions from Anlaby Road to Londesborough Street, causing “queuing traffic”. It is not yet clear whether any injuries have been reported. You can follow live updates on this breaking incident in the live blog below. 14:52Lucy MarshallLupo Car Services faces great interruption to business as wall falls on customer’s carAn MOT, serving, and repairs garage, Lupo Car Service has faced interuption to business after the wall fell down in front of their garage.It has caused damaged to a customer's car and left manager Damien Wilk frustrated. A team of gas workers are present to help decipher and fix the damage. Damien Wilk, manager at Lupo Car Service at the garage said: “One of my colleagues said the car fell off the bridge and went into the wall.”14:22Lucy MarshallRoad to Hull Royal Infirmary facing disruptionHull Royal Infirmary, where staffing vac

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