Sussex traffic report: Hailsham collision, sheep in the road in Worthing and a loose horse

Here’s the latest traffic news for East and West Sussex this morning (Friday, July 24).

Friday, 24th July 2020, 8:59 am
Updated Friday, 24th July 2020, 10:59 am
Traffic news

According to reports, the A22 Hailsham Bypass is partially blocked and there is queueing traffic due to a collision, where a lorry and a motorcycle are reported to be involved near the Boship Roundabout.

In Worthing, the A24 London Road has been cleared and traffic returned to normal after a flock of sheep were in the road, police were reportedly at the scene.

In Sedlescombe, there are reports of a loose horse in the road on Marley Lane both ways between A21 and A2100 Upper Lake (Battle). Traffic is coping well, according to reports, but motorists are asked to approach with care.

On the A21 in Flimwell, according to reports, there is queueing traffic for around two miles both ways near Springwood Fishery. In the roadworks area.

According to reports, there is very slow traffic on A27 Polegate Bypass eastbound between Brown Jack Avenue and A22 Polegate Road (Cophall Roundabout).

On the London Road in Staplefield, according to reports, the road is now cleared both ways after a broken down vehicle was removed.

And in Hawkhurst, traffic is moving slow, according to reports, on the A229 Cranbrook Road at A268 Rye Road.

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