Delays after lorry hits traffic lights in Frilford

Delays after lorry hits traffic lights in Frilford

Delays after lorry hits traffic lights in Frilford

First published in News Oxford Mail: Photograph of the Author by , Reporter covering Headington and Marston. Call me on (01865) 425411

A LORRY has hit traffic lights near a service station causing delays on the A338 in Frilford.

The accident happened at about 4pm on the northbound carriageway near its junction with the A415 Frilford Road.

Drivers are reported to be facing delays in the area. 

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