Storm Eunice Update

Alert message sent 18/02/2022 12:38:00

Information sent on behalf of Wiltshire Police


Good afternoon Wiltshire,

#StormEunice is continuing to wreak havoc across our county, and our Crime and Communication Centre has been extremely busy with calls reporting weather related issues. Officers on the ground are also extremely busy.
It’s currently just past midday, and we have trees, debris, lamp posts, or signs reported down in the following locations:
  • The Corsham end of Biddestone
  • A36, Salisbury
  • A3102, Sandridge, Melksham
  • Jubilee Gardens, Cricklade
  • Castle Place, Trowbridge
  • Upper Westwood, Bradford on Avon
  • Bath Road, Melksham
  • Deburgh Street, Swindon
  • High Street, Netheravon
  • A343, Lopcombe Corner, Salisbury
  • Froxfield, Marlborough
  • Bath Road, Bradford on Avon
  • The Common, Marlborough
  • Coopers Bottom, Sutton Veny Warminster
  • A346, Cadley, Marlborough
  • Tollgate Road, Salisbury
  • Hillworth Road, Devizes
  • Middle Street, Salisbury
  • St John’s Street, Devizes
  • A342, Derry Hill, Calne
  • Box Hill, Corsham
  • Outside The Harvester, Old Sarum, Salisbury
  • Hodson, Swindon
  • Newton Road, Salisbury
  • Lady Lane, Blunsdon
  • Common Lane, Swallowcliffe, Tisbury
  • Hay Lane, Wroughton
  • Elley Green, Corsham
  • A350, West Ashton, Trowbridge
  • The Spa,  Melksham
  • Frome Road, Bradford on Avon
  • Horton Avenue, Devizes
Please only travel if essential, and be extremely careful if you are out and about. We are doing everything we can to keep people safe.
 
Message sent by
Katrina Fleet (Police, Senior Communications and Engagement Officer, Wiltshire)

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