Stoneferry Bridge in Hull closed after road traffic collision -…

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Stoneferry Bridge in Hull closed after road traffic collision -…

Stoneferry Bridge and a part of Stoneferry Road, east Hull, have been closed following a road traffic collision. Details of the accident are still emerging but one witness said he believed a lorry was involved. Traffic in the area is said to be gridlocked. One witness told Hull Live: “Stoneferry Roundabout has been closed, there's been a crash and traffic is manic.” READ MORE: 'I'm in agony every time I eat and I'm surviving on Pepsi Max and cups of tea' Trapped ex-soldier soon regretted trying his hand at drug dealing Humberside Police said: “Officers are currently in attendance on Stoneferry Bridge in Hull following a road traffic collision. The road is currently closed from Chamberlain Road to Garden Village with diversions also in place from Mount Pleasant. Members of the public are asked to avoid the area at this time.” Traffic service Inrix said: “A1033 Stoneferry Road in both directions closed, queueing traffic due to accident from B1237 Leads Road to Chamberlain Road. Congestion to west car lane for south bound traffic and to the a1165 for northbound traffic.” Follow the live blog below for updates as they come in. 17:52 Paul Johnson Cyclist tragically dies A cyclist died following a collision with a HGV in Stoneferry Road this morning, police have confirmed. Read the full story here . Share 16:01 Sofie Jackson Stoneferry Road reopens At 3.45pm Hull City Council provided the following update: “Stoneferry Road is now open. Thank you for your patience.” Share 09:54 Paul Johnson Tent up at scene A tent has been put up next to a lorry at the scene of the collision in Stoneferry Road. Police have closed off the road at the Leads Road roundabout and traffic is being directed back towards Sutton Fields. Congestion in Leads Road, east Hull, following the accident at Stoneferry Bridge. Share
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