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A420 is open again after overturned car removed

Oxford Mail: Traffic queuing westbound on the A420 today, courtesy of reader Brian Adams Traffic queuing westbound on the A420 today, courtesy of reader Brian Adams

THE A420 near Cumnor is open both ways again after a car that flipped over was cleared away.

The car was partially blocking the road between Abingdon Road and Besselsleigh Road. 

Stagecoach has said its X30 bus is unable to serve Besseleigh or the A338. It is coming off at Wootton and back on at Frilford until further notice. 

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