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Monday, 27 April 2015

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Lane on M6 closed after vehicle breaks down

A broken down vehicle has resulted in a lane closed on M6 northbound between J35 A601 Carnforth and J36, A590

There is also traffic between B5300 Coastal Road Silloth, both ways between B5301 and Moss Lane in Cumbria.

The B5300 Coastal Road closed in both directions between the B5301 junction in Silloth and the Moss Lane junction in Allonby, because of debris on the road. There is a diversion in operation.

Hardknott Pass in Eskdale is closed between the Eskdale junction and the Little Langdale junction because of ice and snow.

Wrynose Pass closed between the Little Langdale junction and the Cockley Beck junction because of ice and snow.

Corney Fell Road closed between the Corney junction and the Duddon Bridge junction because of ice and snow.

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