Police statement after A165 ‘multiple’ crashes on…

Police statement after A165 ‘multiple’ crashes on muddy road
2020-11-12 10:36:00
Humberside Police have advised motorists to “avoid” the area after reports of hazardous conditions on the A165. It comes after travel system Inrix reported multiple vehicles have “come off the road” along a stretch of the A165 “due to the amount of mud”. Travel system Inrix says there are “hazardous driving conditions” on Thursday morning due to mud on the road on the A165 in both directions between B1243 Church Lane (Skirlaugh) and Balk Lane (Arnold). It says “multiple cars” have come off the road along this stretch “due to the amount of mud on the road”. “Hazardous driving conditions due to mud on road on A165 in both directions between B1243 Church Lane (Skirlaugh) and Balk Lane (Arnold),” Travel system Inrix says. To get the Hull Live headlines every day, simply pop your email address into the sign-up box just beneath the picture at the top of this article. “Multiple cars have come off the road along this stretch due to the amount of mud on the road. Police are advising people to avoid the area.” A spokeswoman for Humberside Police said they have received a “number of reports” from drivers abou
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