Traffic jam for an hour and a half on the highway to Seville due to an accident…

Source: Traffic jam for an hour and a half on the highway to Seville due to an accident…


Found on: 2022-07-24 20:37:12

The Cádiz-Seville highway (AP-4) has registered this Sunday afternoon queues of vehicles up to an hour and a half long due to a traffic accident that occurred at kilometer 24, in the municipality of Los Palacios.

Apparently the incident has not caused victims, although lthe presence on the road of an overturned van has caused queues of several kilometers in the direction of Seville.

Like every Sunday afternoon, the AP-4 registers a great intensity of traffic as many vehicles that leave the coast of the province of Cádiz coincide on this roadboth from the Northwest Coast and from the Bay of Cádiz and the region of La Janda.

This traffic accident on the AP-4 has taken place in the middle of a traffic operation carried out since Friday and which has been settled in Andalusia with four fatalities due to traffic accidents on the roads of the community, as well as one seriously injured and three slightly injured according to the balance of the General Directorate of Traffic (DGT), which runs from 3:00 p.m. on Friday to 8:00 p.m. this Sunday.

The first incident It took place on Saturday in Alhaurín el Grande (Málaga) at 3:10 p.m. One person died and another was injured in a collision between two vehicles at kilometer 3.5 of the MA-3304.

Already on Sunday, two cyclists have died and two others have been injured after being run over by a car in the Almeria town of Níjar, at kilometer 7.8 of the AL-4200 at around 9:35 am.

It produced a third accident mortal on Andalusian roads, specifically at kilometer 402.2 of the N-432, near Moclín (Granada). A motorcyclist has died and a person has been slightly injured after colliding with a car around 12:15 p.m. this Sunday.

This comes after last weekend, July 15-17, four fatalities were also recorded on Andalusian roads, according to data from the DGT.

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