Hylton Road, Worcester, now reopened

Worcester News: MOVING OUT: The pumps used during recent flooding are removed from Hylton Road, Worcester MOVING OUT: The pumps used during recent flooding are removed from Hylton Road, Worcester

Hylton Road in St John's, Worcester, is now open to traffic.

The Environment Agency shut the road early this morning so it could remove pumps that were in use during the recent flooding.

Traffic had been diverted along Henwick Road, St John's.

 

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12:04pm Tue 5 Feb 13

Arthur Blenkinsop says...

Struth - only a few minutes ago i looked and the road was closed! And now look what's happened, it's open again and i didn't even get to go there and sit in the traffic! :-)
Struth - only a few minutes ago i looked and the road was closed! And now look what's happened, it's open again and i didn't even get to go there and sit in the traffic! :-) Arthur Blenkinsop

2:05pm Tue 5 Feb 13

jdg says...

I missed the warnings and found the road closed on my way to a funeral. Parked cars and lorries trying to pass each other meant that vehicles were having to mount the pavements to pass each other. Obviously delays were inevitable.Not ideal, but I realise it is needed ! Could a one way system operate during this time when the road needs to be closed?
I missed the warnings and found the road closed on my way to a funeral. Parked cars and lorries trying to pass each other meant that vehicles were having to mount the pavements to pass each other. Obviously delays were inevitable.Not ideal, but I realise it is needed ! Could a one way system operate during this time when the road needs to be closed? jdg

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