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Wild weather causes trouble on the roads: DETAILS
Updated 10:02am Friday 28th February 2014 in News
The return to wild weather is causing trouble on the roads this morning, with reports of flooding in places, standing water and branches down in the gusty wind.
- There are reports of fallen power cables on the B3293 and a fallen tree blocking the road on the A3083 near Culdrose. The A394 is just passable due to flooding at Praa Sands.
- The King Harry Ferry is currently suspended due to strong winds and tides.
- All sailings of the St Mawes Passenger Ferry have been cancelled due to the adverse weather conditions.
- On the A30 eastbound around the Mitchell Turn Off one lane is closed due to fallen tree.
- At the A39 Treluswell Roundabout reports there's a road sign sticking out into the road, may cause problems for high vehicles.
- In Camborne one lane is blocked on Roskear Road due to a fallen tree, while at Burncoose nursery heading towards Lanner there's a tree down blocking one side of the road.
- Sithney A394 is partially blocked in both directions between the B3302 and the B3304 due to a fallen tree.
- B3297 between Helston to Redruth we've got reports there's standing water. It is passable with care.
- On the A30 between Drift and Penzance we've got reports there's standing water and tree debris on the road
- At Perranarworthal on the the A39 near Cove Hill we've got reports of flooding.
- In Lelant we've got reports the road near the rail line is partially blocked due to fallen tree.
- On Marazion by-pass heading towards Helston the road is blocked due to fallen tree.
- At the A394 Helston to Falmouth road at Manhay there's a broken down car blocking the exit from the Wendron end
- There is disruption to flights to/From Isles of Scilly at Newquay Airport due to adverse weather.
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