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Cumbria flood alerts still in place, and minor delays on A595

The Environment Agency has flood alerts in place for the Rivers Ehen, Calder, Irt and Esk, and also for the Upper Derwent from Seathwaite to Derwent Water. This means more flooding is possible but not imminent.

The overnight floods in the Egremont area are causing a minor delay of 10 minutes on the A595 southbound down the Cumbrian coast.

They have already caused serious problems overnight: a train derailed at 7:20am near Nethertown because of a landslide, and high floodwaters in Beckermet have left a bridge unstable in the middle of the village; Morass Road is still closed.


A7 closed: Flooding

The A7 is closed in the Scottish Borders because of flooding.

Police are warning of heavy traffic in the area.The flooding is between between B6362 Townfoot / Station Road at Stow and Buckholm Mill Brae at Galashiels. Police are directing traffic.

A75 crash: Witnesses sought

Police are appealing for witnesses to a road crash which occurred about 1230 hours Wednesday 22 August on the A75 road just east of Dumfries near the Shell Service Station.

Two vehicles were involved in the collision, a VW Passat car and a Transit van and two people were taken to the Dumfries and Galloway Royal Infirmary with minor injuries.

The roadway was blocked for a time as a result of the collision. Police are currently investigating reports of an altercation which took place after the collision and a number of people are being interviewed regarding this.

A75 closed near Collin

Police report that the A75 road in Dumfries and Galloway is currently blocked just east of the Shell Service Station near Collin because of a road crash. Police and emergency services are dealing with the crash and motorists are asked to avoid the area if possible. Diversions are being arranged.

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