SALISBURY INCIDENT: Warning of rush hour travel disruption

Blue Boar Row Bomb Scare 1 (Ellie Harries)

4:35pm 18th January 2018
(Updated 8:12pm 18th January 2018)

There's a warning to commuters of major disruption to Thursday afternoon's commute in Salisbury.

It's after a large area of the city centre was cordoned for the on going incident involving a 'suspect package' at the Cross Keys Shopping Centre.

Salisbury Police have said the cordon is likely to remain in place over the rush hour period and are urging drivers, bus passengers, and commuters, to plan their journey route accordingly.


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The advice is to avoid the centre of Salisbury area where possible. The knock on effect for delays on the city's roads is expected to be significant.


Salisbury Reds Buses have been badly affected, with the company Tweeting about alterations to many of it's routes that use through Blue Boar Row and the centre of Salisbury.

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