A broken down vehicle is causing huge problems on the roads in Hull this afternoon.
There are reports of huge tailbacks on the A63 heading westbound out of the city with cars being forced to wait in huge tailbacks with cars bumper to bumper.
Officers are warning motorists about the broken down vehicle and to approach the section of the A63, situated close to the Arco building, with caution.
Emergency Services are at the scene while waiting for the vehicle to be recovered.
Humberside Police have tweeted saying: "Traffic is moving slowly on the A63, Westbound near to the Arco building due to a broken down vehicle. Emergency services are in attendance."
We will bring you all the latest updates from the scene in our blog below.
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Further to our earlier post regarding slow moving traffic on the A63 Westbound at Hessle. The road is now clear and traffic should be flowing normally. Thank you for your patience.— Humberside Police (@Humberbeat) January 17, 2020
The car has been removed from the road following help from emergency service teams and recovery teams. However, there are still huge queues tailing back all the way to Castle Street.
Traffic management system INRIX says: “Lane closed following broken down vehicle on A63 Westbound from A15 (North Ferriby) to A1034 (South Cave) .”
Why are there queues?
The delays are as a result of a broken down on the A63 westbound between the A15 at North Ferriby to A1034 South Cave.
Traffic is moving slowly on the A63, Westbound near to the Arco building due to a broken down vehicle. Emergency services are in attendance. pic.twitter.com/Ar9oKcpZsq— Humberside Police (@Humberbeat) January 17, 2020