Snowfall on Haldon Hill has left traffic at a standstill in both directions this evening, Thursday 31st January.
This is why multiple agencies have been saying to only travel is needed
Now the emergency forces have to rescue people from Haldon Hill and other locations that ALWAYS catch the weather! pic.twitter.com/teUdrY90QQ
— Kat Evans (@KatpEvans) January 31, 2019
Police have tweeted that Telegraph and Haldon Hill are being gritted.
A38 & A380 temporarily held south of A30 junction. We are gritting Telegraph and Haldon Hill.
MPC Brown#snow pic.twitter.com/OrjOW3Jt4Y
— Devon and Cornwall Roads Policing Team 🚔 (@DC_RPT) January 31, 2019
There are reports of heavy snowfall in Chudleigh, Ashburton, Kennford and Exeter.
#Devon On the A38 around Holden Hill snow has brought traffic to a stand still in both directions, there are long delays. Snow is now falling heavily in Ashburton, Chudleigh and Kennford and Exeter. A number of vehicles are now reported to be stranded. [AD]
— BBC Travel SouthWest (@BBCTravelSW) January 31, 2019
An amber weather warning has been issued by the met office which is in place until 9pm tomorrow.
Police have advised to not travel unless essential. Read more here.
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