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Trevor Sherwood
Trevor Sherwood writes crime and policing news and graduated Teesside Uni with a degree in Crime & Investigation.

Following Roads are closed

· A591 Nab Cottage Rydale, Nr Ambleside.

· Market Place, Whitehaven, flooded houses, roads closed- Swingpump Lane re-open

· School Brow, Moresby Parks, Whitehaven.

· Coach Road, Whitehaven.

· King Street / Irish Street, Whitehaven.

· Elbra Farm Close, Maryport.

· A5086 Egremont closed (Clintz Roundabout to Woodend)

· A5086 Lamplugh junction at Asby, Highways closing

Following roads are flooded but passible

· A591 Thirlmere, Nr Keswick

· Road between Great Broughton and Broughton Moor

· Road between A595 and Low Moresby

· Trumpet Road, Cleator

· Road between St Bees and Egremont

· B5345 St Bees

· A5093 Silecroft, Nr Millom

· Flood Warning for Keswick Camp site, which has closed.

Advice continues to be to avoid any flooded road and do not attempt to drive through and water which you are unable to establish the depth of.

Drive with caution and take extra time for your journeys.

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