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Long queues in Newton Poppleford after vehicle breaks down

PUBLISHED: 10:47 12 August 2017 | UPDATED: 13:12 12 August 2017

Traffic is queuing on Newton Poppleford's high street this morning. Photo: Google Earth

Traffic is queuing on Newton Poppleford's high street this morning. Photo: Google Earth

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Traffic is reportedly heavy due to the stranded vehicle on High Street at the turn off for Budleigh.

There are long queues in Newton Poppleford this morning due to a broken down vehicle.

Traffic is reportedly heavy due to the stranded vehicle on High Street at the turn off for Budleigh.

Motorists are advised to approach the village with caution or find an alternative route.

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