Motorists are facing travel chaos in Herefordshire this afternoon, with three major routes closed.
The A4103 is closed at Fromes Hill, following a serious collision. This is affecting traffic between Hereford and Worcester.
Emergency services are at the scene and the road is likely to remain closed for the next couple of hours.
The A438 remains closed between Tarrington and Trumpet, with work being carried out due to oil contamination following flooding last week.
The A40 in Herefordshire is closed eastbound between the A466 (Monmouth) and A49 (Wilton) on the Welsh/English border due to a landslide that encroached onto the eastbound carriageway and affected the westbound carriageway during Friday (9th) morning.
The westbound carriageway re-opened on the evening of Saturday10th.
The eastbound closure is expected to remain ongoing until at least Tuesday evening (13th) whilst further essential land surveys are undertaken in the vicinity to ensure road is safe to re-open again.
Road users are advised to follow the Solid Circle diversion symbol on road signs:
At the junction of the A40/A466 take the exit to the A466 Monmouth.
Continue northwest along the A466 to its junction with the A49 at Kings Thorn.
Take the A49 south to Wilton Roundabout, Ross-on-Wye, and re-join the A40.
*PLEASE NOTE THE DIVERSION IS NOT SUITABLE FOR HGV’S OR HIGH SIDED VEHICLES DUE TO A LOW BRIDGE WITH A 15’6″ HEIGHT RESTRICTION IN MONMOUTH.