Lane closed on A505 near Royston due to broken down vehicle

13:04 24 July 2014

Part of the A505 near Royston was closed for around two hours this morning after a van broke down.

Part of the A505 near Royston was closed for around two hours this morning after a van broke down.

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A lane was closed on the A505 this morning (Thursday) after a van broke down.

The Ford Transit van broke down on the A505 near to the Tesco Extra store on the outskirts of Royston at around 6.20am. A lane was closed southbound until the vehicle was recovered at around 8.30am.

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