Trees down after high winds batter south west Hertfordshire

A fallen tree blocks Grove Mill Lane in Watford. Picture by @RickyTrafford

A fallen tree blocks Grove Mill Lane in Watford. Picture by @RickyTrafford

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High winds are continuing to batter the area this morning and several trees have fallen, resulting in some road closures.

There have been reports of trees down in Grove Mill Lane, Nascot Wood Road and Leggatts Way, Watford. 

Trees have also fallen at junction of Highfield Way and Berry Lane and in Riverside Drive, Rickmansworth.

London Midland is running a replacement bus service between Watford Junction and St Albans Abbey due to an obstruction on the line. 

There are also reports of a bridge in Little Oxhey Lane being closed.

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11:22am Sat 15 Feb 14

sooper says...

The narrow bridge in Little Oxhey Lane is closed until 5am Monday
The narrow bridge in Little Oxhey Lane is closed until 5am Monday sooper
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3:32pm Sat 15 Feb 14

MW1234 says...

Langley Road been closed between Park Road and Stratford Road for a while, uprooted tree apparently.
Langley Road been closed between Park Road and Stratford Road for a while, uprooted tree apparently. MW1234
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10:42pm Sat 15 Feb 14

abbotshornet says...

MW1234 wrote:
Langley Road been closed between Park Road and Stratford Road for a while, uprooted tree apparently.
And it was still closed at 6 o'clock this evening, we wasted over half an hour driving up to the blockage and then queueing to get back out again, why was there no sign?
[quote][p][bold]MW1234[/bold] wrote: Langley Road been closed between Park Road and Stratford Road for a while, uprooted tree apparently.[/p][/quote]And it was still closed at 6 o'clock this evening, we wasted over half an hour driving up to the blockage and then queueing to get back out again, why was there no sign? abbotshornet
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