M8 motorway reopens in one instruction after being sealed earlier
February 13, 2018 - one direction
Updated during 09.45am
THE M8 MOTORWAY has reopened in one instruction after it sealed entirely earlier due to dual apart collisions on a northbound and southbound routes during Cahir South.
AA Roadwatch tweeted that a motorway had non-stop northbound during J11 Cahir South however it stays sealed to southbound.
The occurrence came as a Status Yellow snow-ice warning remained in place until 10am this morning opposite a country.
Emergency services were during a stage of a crashes and gardaí warnined highway users between J10 Cahir North and J12 Mitchelstown North due to “very bad conditions”.
There are dangerous conditions on many routes around a nation this morning, with gardaí stating a series of incidents in Offaly due to “slush conditions”.
There are also ice and sleet on many delegate routes in Cork.
AA Roadwatch has warned motorists “to make certain to delayed down and leave copiousness of space between your car and a car in front”.
Other collisions that caused complicated trade on a roads this morning embody a M2 Ashbourne bypass southbound, delays on a M7 between Naas South and Johnstown and northbound on a N11 in Wicklow during Kilmacanogue.
The left line of a Port Tunnel in Dublin is also sealed northbound due to a relapse and caring is suggested on approach.
With stating from Cormac Fitzgerald