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Pontefract: Road Closed After Truck Hits Bridge

862 days ago - West
Pontefract: Road closed after truck hits bridge. A LORRY driver escaped unscathed after his truck struck a railway bridge in Pontefract... -> Read more at Yorkshire Evening Post

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Road Closed After Lorry Hits Bridge in Thorne

37 days ago - South
Road closed after lorry hits bridge in Thorne. Ferry Road in Thorne remains closed in both directions between the Cowick Road junction and the A615 Selby Road junction... -> Read more at South Yorkshire Times

Doncaster Road Closed After Vehicle Strikes Bridge

36 days ago - South
Doncaster road closed after vehicle strikes bridge. A road in a Doncaster town is currently closed after a vehicle collided with a bridge. -> Read more at The Star

Busy Doncaster Road to be Closed This Weekend for Bridge Demolition

22 days ago - South
Busy Doncaster road to be closed this weekend for bridge demolition. A busy Doncaster road is set to be closed this weekend to allow for the demolition of a pedestrian... -> Read more at The Star

RACING TIPS: Rio Looks on Winning Road at Pontefract

RACING TIPS: Rio Looks on Winning Road at Pontefract12 days ago - Sport
RACING TIPS: Rio looks on winning road at Pontefract. MY NAME IS RIO is expected to give a good account of himself in the Riu Palace Meloneras Handicap at Pontefract. -> Read more at York Press

Appeal for Witnesses - Robbery - Pontefract Road, Stourton

18 days ago - West
Appeal for Witnesses - Robbery - Pontefract Road, Stourton. Police are appealing for witnesses after a robbery at a petrol station on Pontefract Road, Stourton on Sunday... -> Read more at West Yorkshire Police

Mearclough Bridge Could be Permanently Closed to Vehicles

43 days ago - West
Mearclough Bridge could be permanently closed to vehicles. Sowerby Bridge’s Mearclough Bridge could be permanently closed to cars... -> Read more at Halifax Courier