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UPDATE: A19 traffic now back to normal

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5:28pm 14th November 2017
(Updated 6:12pm 14th November 2017)

UPDATE: 18:11

Traffic now back to normal after earlier accident



The A19 is partially blocked southbound due to a multi-vehicle accident.

There is heavy traffic on the carriageway due to the incident near B1320 Burnhope Way.

Queues are currently stretching from Mill Hill up to Dalton Park.

More to follow...


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