Overturned lorry causes chaos as it spills load at entry to Los Cristianos

Overturned lorry causes chaos as it spills load at entry to Los Cristianos

Photos: Buenos Dias Canarias TV.

It actually looked far worse, thankfully, than it really was, but it really did look terrible! A lorry carrying loose waste overturned this morning by the Hipertrebol in Los Cristianos, blocking the dual carriageway to the TF1 from the main roundabout at the entrance to town.

Emergency services say that the 53-year-old driver was fortunate only to have suffered cuts and bruises in the accident but his lorry’s load was less lucky, being spread all over the road and central reservation. Needless to say, anyone trying to get in or especially out of town early this morning experienced significant delays, but the Policía Local say that the road was fully reopened shortly before 11.30am.

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Local road, water and electricity disruptions: water cut in Adeje Thursday 25 April

Local road, water and electricity disruptions: water cut in Adeje Thursday 25 April

Date&time/incident/area

Thursday 25 April: 8.30am-2pm. Water cut in Adeje. Areas affected: Avenida Austria
Calle Pasaje de Austria
Avenida Europa
Calle Suecia
Calle Grecia
Avenida Francia
Calle Portugal
Calle Francia
Calle el Musgo
Calle Diario de Avisos
Calle Vista Bella
Calle Italia
Avenida de Dinamarca
Calle Alemania
Calle Irlanda
Calle Paises Bajos
Calle San Eugenio Alto
Calle Suiza

Source Janet Anscombe

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Tráfico’s annual Easter road safety campaign starts today

Tráfico’s annual Easter road safety campaign starts today

Every Easter, Tráfico carries out a safety campaign as people move around the country to spend what is a very important religious festival in Spain with family. Police say, indeed, that the roads are even busier in a short space of time than at Christmas, with some 15.5m vehicles expected to be travelling specifically for the Easter break.

The DGT’s SEMANA SANTA – 2019 campaign lasts until 22 April and is divided into two phases. The first is from 3pm today, Friday 12 April, until midnight this Sunday: it is known as Operation Salida because it is when people will be leaving for their Easter holidays. The second phase will focus on Easter weekend itself, and will start on Wednesday 17th, lasting until Operación Retorno when everyone is returning home on Monday 22nd.

Police will be checking speed limits, use of mobile phones, seatbelt use, drink and drugs … a full operational campaign.


Source: Janet Anscombe

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A head-on collision on the TF629, the subida a la Villa de Arico, early this morning left a 42-year-old man dead and another of 23 years of age injured. Emergency services say that they were called out just after half past six with reports of the accident and that people were trapped in their vehicles. Bomberos were required to cut the occupants free but sadly one of them suffered a cardiac arrest at the scene and ambulance crew were unable to save him. The other victim suffered multiple injuries particular to the head: he was transferred to Candelaria Hospital where his condition is said not to be life-threatening.

source https://www.janetanscombe.com/news/head-on-collision-at-arico-this-morning-leaves-one-dead-and-one-injured.html

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Alongside our currently available frequency in South 87.7FM BBR Tenerife

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