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A249 Detling Hill delays after mud in the road

28 February 2014
by Claire McWethy

The scene at Detling Hill. Picture Kent Police

The scene at Detling Hill. Picture: Kent Police

Earlier this month it was potholes, now it is mud which is causing a headache for drivers using Detling Hill.

Long tailbacks have formed in the Maidstone-bound carriageway of the A249 due to a large amount of debris on the road from the embankment.

It is affecting commuters between the White Horse Wood turn-off and Maidstone.

A lane has been closed and Kent Highways are said to be on their way to sweep the road.

 

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