Queues on A-road between Honiton and Cullompton after collision

PUBLISHED: 17:10 18 September 2017 | UPDATED: 17:27 18 September 2017

Traffic is slow-moving on the A373 between Honiton and Cullompton. Photo: Google Maps

Traffic is slow-moving on the A373 between Honiton and Cullompton. Photo: Google Maps


Traffic is slow-moving both ways, say police.

Traffic between Honiton and Cullompton is slow after a collision near a village between the two towns.

The incident on the A373 has meant rush hour traffic is slow-moving both ways between Broad Road (Keepers Cottage Inn, Dulford) and Horn Road (Kentisbeare).

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