Residents in Upper Clatford have reported damage to a major road to Andover.

They said road edges have been damaged and are falling away following heavy rainfall on Thursday, January 4, which left only the middle of the lane safe for drivers.

The road has also been icy in the morning, with water sitting on the road for several days after the bad weather. 

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Andover Advertiser: Water on Watery LaneWater on Watery Lane (Image: The Upper Clatford, Anna Valley & Red Rice Village Page)The conditions are dangerous, with residents fearing further incidents.

According to reports on Monday, January 8, a lorry left the road on Watery Lane between Upper Clatford and Andover, with additional other incidents reported and damage made to drivers' cars. The lorry has since been recovered.

One resident posted on social media: "It seems the road edges are damaged, making only the middle portion safe for driving. I also understand the road surface was icy and treacherous!" 

The road remains open despite the problems experienced by drivers, while Hampshire County Council's Road Repairs have been notified of the issue. 

A Hampshire County Council spokesperson said: "An engineer is due to visit the site this week to carry out an assessment before determining what work may be required."