Fallen branch blocks lane on B3400

Andover Advertiser: A branch that has fallen on the B3400 A branch that has fallen on the B3400

STRONG winds and heavy rain has caused travel disruption on the roads in Basingstoke with one lane of the B3400 blocked due to a fallen branch.

The branch is blocking one side of the road linking Basingstoke, Oakley, Overton and Whitchurch near to the entrance of Oakley Hall.

The Met Office has issued an amber warning for heavy rain for much of the South until tomorrow morning, with winds expected to reach 60mph.

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3:59pm Mon 23 Dec 13

Ding says...

Truly shocking. Widespread traffic chaos predicted for the Oakley Hall area.
Truly shocking. Widespread traffic chaos predicted for the Oakley Hall area. Ding

7:04pm Mon 23 Dec 13

BasingstokeCouncilSuck says...

How did people cope?
How did people cope? BasingstokeCouncilSuck

7:17pm Mon 23 Dec 13

BasingstokeCouncilSuck says...

A good job it wasn't SNOWY
A good job it wasn't SNOWY BasingstokeCouncilSuck

8:56am Tue 24 Dec 13

Buster Preciation says...

Is that picture it? The photographer would have spent less time moving it than he did taking the picture.
Is that picture it? The photographer would have spent less time moving it than he did taking the picture. Buster Preciation

10:03am Tue 24 Dec 13

Folkestone Saint says...

Mean while some Ivy has landed in my back garden, could be worse though, my neighbour now has two trampolines
Mean while some Ivy has landed in my back garden, could be worse though, my neighbour now has two trampolines Folkestone Saint

11:24am Tue 24 Dec 13

Barney123 says...

Worse things happen at sea...
Worse things happen at sea... Barney123

12:00pm Tue 24 Dec 13

Folkestone Saint says...

Barney123 wrote:
Worse things happen at sea...
The passengers stuck on a ferry just outside Dover harbour for over 12 hours last night would concur
[quote][p][bold]Barney123[/bold] wrote: Worse things happen at sea...[/p][/quote]The passengers stuck on a ferry just outside Dover harbour for over 12 hours last night would concur Folkestone Saint

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