Police called to broken-down car near Weston Hills tunnel on A505 by Baldock

PUBLISHED: 08:40 27 February 2017 | UPDATED: 08:48 27 February 2017

The scene on the A505 near the Weston Hills Tunnel following the breakdown this morning.

The scene on the A505 near the Weston Hills Tunnel following the breakdown this morning.


A car has broken down near the Weston Hills tunnel on the A505 this morning.

Police were called at 7.35am following a report from a member of the public that the car had broken down while exiting the tunnel, heading towards Baldock.

Inital reports said the car had broken down on the carriageway, but it is now confirmed to be on the grass verge beside the road.

There are no lane closures in place, and officers are working with Highways to have the vehicle recovered.


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