Traffic back to normal in Honiton following collision

PUBLISHED: 14:31 15 January 2018 | UPDATED: 15:08 15 January 2018

Traffic is queueing in High Street because of a collision.

Traffic is queueing in High Street because of a collision.

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Police say the road is partially blocked as a result of the incident, which happened at 2.07pm.

Traffic is now flowing smoothly in Honiton’s high street after a collision caused long queues.

Police say the road was partially blocked as a result of the incident, which occured at 2.07pm.

The collision happened near the junction to Dowell Street.

The scene has now been cleared and traffic has returned to normal.

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