UPDATE: Road now open after gas main hit in road smash

Harwich and Manningtree Standard: Gas main hit in road smash Gas main hit in road smash

A VEHICLE has hit a gas main in a road crash.

The A137 Harwich Road between Ardleigh and Lawford is now open after the single vehicle accident.

The road was closed at about 7.45am until 9.30am near Schofield Removal company, near the junction with Foxwood Close, Foxash.

No casualties were treated.

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9:42am Thu 21 Feb 13

SOMETHING2SAY says...

How can you hit a gas main ?? Are they not underground ?
How can you hit a gas main ?? Are they not underground ? SOMETHING2SAY
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9:49am Thu 21 Feb 13

Indian Shores says...

Not on the new flats at the junction of Heath Road. On the surface about three feet from the curb, another accident waiting to happen, building inspector needs to go to "Spec Savers"
Not on the new flats at the junction of Heath Road. On the surface about three feet from the curb, another accident waiting to happen, building inspector needs to go to "Spec Savers" Indian Shores
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10:49am Thu 21 Feb 13

DelA says...

Could have a meter box on the wall knocked off, or a PRS staion hit.
Could have a meter box on the wall knocked off, or a PRS staion hit. DelA
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1:16pm Thu 21 Feb 13

wellnow says...

Gas plpes over ground what ever next?
Nazi's back in france you couldn't make it up.
Gas plpes over ground what ever next? Nazi's back in france you couldn't make it up. wellnow
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