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Roads re-opened in Cumbria after flooding
10:41am Tuesday 31st December 2013 in News
THE A591at Nab Cottage, Rydal near Ambleside, has reopened after being closed because of flooding.
Cumbria Police say other roads in the county have also re-opened while others are passable with care.
•Market Place, Whitehaven •School Brow, Moresby Parks, Whitehaven •Coach Road, Whitehaven •Elbra Farm Close, Maryport •A591 Thirlmere, Nr Keswick •Road between Great Broughton and Broughton Moor •A5086 is also now clear The following roads continue to be passible with care: •Trumpet Road, Cleator •Road between St Bees and Egremont •5345 St Bees Flood warning for Keswick camp site was put in place yesterday, which remains in place today.
Motorists are still advised to take care when travelling in the county today. Rain fall in areas continues to cause excess surface water. Please reduce your speed and take care when out and about.
You can check the traffic map at www.cumbria.police.uk/traffic for an update on the situation on the roads. Any major closures will be on local radio stations.
Those people who are on social media, they are encouraged to follow Cumbria Police on Twitter @cumbriapolice which provides all the latest updates from the police. You can also follow on Facebook www.facebook.com/cumbriapolice
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