Lorry Spills £1,500 Cash Across Road In Swindon

A road was forced to closed in Swindon on Thursday after a lorry carrying money scattered approximately £1,500 in cash across a carriageway.

The incident occurred after 1:30pm in Mead Way.

Police were called to the scene and closed the northbound road from Mead roundabout.

The money was cleared from the road.

It is understood no one was injured.


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