15/11/2019

Holywood Crash Causes Traffic Disruption

Motorists are facing travel disruption this afternoon following a collision on a busy Co Down road.

The crash occurred on the A2 Holywood Bypass this morning, Friday 15 November.

Police and emergency services were tasked to the scene. The road has been impassible in both directions for some time.
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A PSNI spokesperson later said: "Firstly we really appreciate the patience from motorists here in Holywood. We have Roads Service getting the large amount of debris removed from the road and recovery is on the way for several vehicles. We will update further shortly."

The road remains closed between Whinney Hill junction and the A2 Belfast Road, with motorists urged to avoid the area.



(JG)

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