Trailer transporting potatoes overturns on Scottish road
A road was closed after a tractor drawing a trailer full of potatoes overturned in Scotland earlier this morning (Wednesday, September 16), Traffic Scotland has confirmed.
The incident occurred on the A1 southbound route at the Thistly Cross Roundabout, according to the Scottish traffic agency.
Local police and the Trunk Road Incident Support Service (TRISS) were sent to the scene of the accident, which occurred at approximately 7:45am this morning.
The road was subsequently closed and traffic diverted off at a nearby slip-road.
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— Traffic Scotland (@trafficscotland) September 16, 2020
The route was cleared and opened once more about two hours after the incident.
Tractor Driver Sought By Authorities
The driver of a green tractor is being sought by authorities in Co. Tyrone following a road traffic collision which occurred earlier this month.
The incident involved the driver of a “green tractor” who provided details which appear to have been incorrect, according to members of the Police Service of Northern Ireland (PSNI) based in Co. Tyrone.
Taking to social media in a plea for information on the matter, local PSNI officers said:
“Police would like to speak to the driver of a green tractor believed to have been involved in a road traffic collision with a BMW X2 on the Stangmore Roundabout, Dungannon, on Thursday, September 3.
The collision occurred at around 8:00pm that day. The driver of the green tractor did stop and provide details but it appears that the details provided are incorrect.
“If you were the driver of this green tractor or observed the road traffic collision and may be able to help police with their enquiries, please call 101 quoting crime reference number 1983 of September 3, 2020,” the police statement concluded.