A27 May Remain Closed For Some Time
Road users are advised of which the A27 near Shoreham in West Sussex could remain closed for several days following an incident involving an aircraft on the road.
The incident happened about 1.20pm on Saturday (22 August 2015) in addition to the road can be currently closed in both directions between the A2025, near Lancing in addition to A293, near Shoreham-by-Sea.
The emergency services, the Air Accident Investigation Branch (AAIB) in addition to Highways England are continuing to work together to deal with the incident.
A police in addition to AAIB investigation can be being carried out at the scene. Following This specific Highways England will need to carry out repairs to the damaged road. Drivers will be advised once This specific can be safe to re-open the road.
Drivers are advised to avoid the area if possible. Where they cannot, those travelling westbound are advised to exit the A27 before the closure at the A283 junction in addition to join the A283 north towards Washington, join the A24 south in addition to re-join the A27 following the hollow black triangle symbol.
Those travelling eastbound should exit the A27 before the closure at the A24 junction, join the A24 north towards Washington, join the A283 south in addition to re-join the A27 following the hollow black diamond symbol.
This specific diversion route can be in place due to an exclusion zone around the incident in addition to drivers following This specific are advised to allow plenty of extra time for their journeys.
Members of the public should contact the Highways England customer contact centre on 0300 123 5000.
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