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Snow cleared from A134 between Thetford and Mundford

PUBLISHED: 09:02 02 March 2018 | UPDATED: 09:34 02 March 2018

Three lorries got stuck on the A134 at Two Mile Bottom near Thetford due to snow drifts on March 1. Picture: @BrecklandPolice

Three lorries got stuck on the A134 at Two Mile Bottom near Thetford due to snow drifts on March 1. Picture: @BrecklandPolice

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The A134 between Thetford and Mundford is reportedly open in both directions after it was blocked by snow.

Three lorries got stuck on the A134 at Two Mile Bottom near Thetford on March 1 due to snow drifts. Picture: @BrecklandPoliceThree lorries got stuck on the A134 at Two Mile Bottom near Thetford on March 1 due to snow drifts. Picture: @BrecklandPolice

The road had been blocked between the A11/A1066 roundabout at Thetford to the A1065 Swaffham Road roundabout at Mundford.

Reports have said it has been ploughed and gritted.

Yesterday morning three lorries were stranded on the same stretch of road at Two Mile Bottom.

The snow drift on the A134 Two Mile Bottom near Thetford on March 1 which caused three lorries to become stuck. Picture: @BrecklandPoliceThe snow drift on the A134 Two Mile Bottom near Thetford on March 1 which caused three lorries to become stuck. Picture: @BrecklandPolice

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Snow drifts had blocked the route for the lorries and the northbound carried.

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Norfolk police have tweeted this morning: “Our advice is still the same today - only travel if absolutely necessary. If you do, please be prepared and make sure you have warm clothing and any medication that you may need such as inhalers if you’re asthmatic. #drivetoarrive #norfolkroads.”


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