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Nedringt about slippery roads in Hordaland

In the course of Saturday, police registered traffic accidents in several places in Norway, which has led to some roads have been cut in connection with the cleanup work.

On the E6 in Sarpsborg Eidettunnelen been closed in the northbound direction since Saturday morning due to the fact that they have worked with to drain the water in the tunnel.

Slippery roads,

While in the county of Hordaland have very many people dialed into the Vegtrafikksentralen to tell about the slippery roads in the county.

We have been nedringt about slippery roads, but it has begun to slow down now, " says trafikkoperatør in Vegtrafikksentralen the western region, Ronny Sleire, to Dagbladet.

He says at the same time that it is still slippery roads, and that it applies to large parts of Hordaland.

Some areas are more affected than others: Sotra, Askøy, Nordhordland, Osterøy, areas in the Os and Samanger and E16 between Bergen and Voss, discloses removal project.

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however, It has not been very many traffic incidents in the county, but the Norwegian public roads administration has provided large resources at their disposal to deal with the problem.

There is a part job, states removal project.

the Problem is when it comes more rain, and we need to salt the same area again. It is an eternal battle.

Road users must adjust the speed to suit the conditions. Where it is very smooth, one should consider whether one should let the vehicle stand to the stretch has been taken care of properly.

Shortly after the Newspaper spoke with the removal project, reported, however, the West police that a car has run out of road on route 83 at Tysnes.

the Driver informs to have lacerations to the arms and legs, and are taken care of by a health care professional.

Warns about the freezing rain - Normal winter

In the North of Norway describes trafikkoperatør Christer Berntsen conditions such as normal winter conditions. Nevertheless, there have been recorded road accidents in the south of Nordland county.

Saturday afternoon the police were notified about two accidents in Vefsn municipality, where at least one person has been injured. Also in the Sørfold municipality was a few passengers rushed to the emergency room after a car drove off the road.

Trafikkoperatør in the east region, Jeanette Andresen, warn road users about that to be aware that there may be large vannansamlinger in vulnerable areas, and that it can be a risk of aquaplaning.

Can be smooth on the south-Eastern

the on-duty meteorologist at the Norwegian Meteorological institute, Terje Alsvik Walløe, tells us that it may be smooth in some places to the north of Oslo.

North of Oslo, it can get sleet or snow in the night, which can lead to slippery roads and difficult driving conditions, " says Walløe to the Newspaper.

the Meteorologist tells us that the problems with the slippery roads in Hordaland can persist, as there is a risk of precipitation in the form of sleet and snow in the night.

Otherwise, the report about the stable the winter in Northern Norway, and the chances for snow flurries in Mid-Norway.

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