Stevenage and North Herts snow update: Travel and roads

09:40 14 January 2013

Snow fell overnight in Comet country

Snow fell overnight in Comet country

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SNOW fell in Comet country overnight, bringing delays to the roads and rail services.

There are minor delays on First Capital Connect services, says the rail provider, but all services are running.

There have also been delays on the roads, with the ambulance and fire service reporting a number of road traffic collisions.

They include a three vehicle and bike collision along Church Lane in Graveley, and an incident on the A505 Baldock to Royston Road.

There also appear to be no school closures. You can keep checking by visiting http://www.imodus.com/summary.aspx?company=99

• Email laura.burge@thecomet.net if there is a road closure, delay, or traffic collision we have missed. You can also email your photos through.

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