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"You will be dealt with"

"You will be dealt with"

Published by KLFM
3:44pm 23rd April 2019.

CREDIT: Fenland Police

You will be dealt with - if you ignore these signs in Wisbech.

Fenland Police have sent a stern warning to drivers in the town today (23rd April).

Officers have told motorists there is no access to Churchill Road from Norwich Road.

 

They added there is plenty of warning that Norwich Road is shut.

Get the latest traffic updates on KLFM's travel page.

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