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Major crash shuts road near Myerscough off the A6

Posted on - 10th June, 2018 - 5:35pm | Author - | Posted in - Preston News, Roads, Transport
The scene in The Avenue Pic: LancsRoadPolice
The scene in The Avenue Pic: LancsRoadPolice

Police have closed a busy cut-through road off the A6 to the north of Preston.

The Avenue in Churchtown is closed in both directions while a serious crash is dealt with.

Update: Cyclist in hospital after Myerscough crash

The incident took place around 3pm on Sunday (10 June).

Preston Police are advising there’s long delays on the A6 near the BP garage as it’s having a knock-on effect.

Traffic is being allowed to pass via Ainspool Lane, heading towards St Michaels on the Wyre.

Myerscough College said there were delays in its car parks for those trying to leave its annual show.

Read more: United Utilities emergency works causing long delays in Fulwood

Stagecoach said its services between Preston, Blackpool, Lancaster and Garstang were seeing delays of at least 30 minutes due to the crash.

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