Commuters in Bath face ice and accidents on way to work
The snow and ice was still causing problems for commuters in Bath this morning.
A crash between a car and lorry at the A46/A4 roundabout to the east of Bath at around 7.30am this morning partially blocked the road.
Then at 8am there was a two-vehicle collision in Claverton Down, close to the University of Bath.
No one was injured but police reported queueing traffic in the area.
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There were also reports of an accident on Brassknocker Hill, black ice on pavements and drivers facing long queues on the Wellsway.
Late an accident on Mount Road in Southdown added to the problems.
On Twitter @LuckyJuturna said: "Beware, black ice on pavements, just fallen on my bum:( Hurt my wrist, the one I broke last year."
@jenem20 tweeted: "Very icy roads by the university & down the hills. Drivers pls just go slow, use low gear & don't brake if you don't have to."
And @IntegralRalph tweeted: "Claverton down road crawling both directions. Accident in the dip near brassknocker."
@alisonfarina tweeted: "Rush Hill to Odd Down traffic insane. Stuck in same place. Not sure why? Any reports? Will I ever get to work?"
There was still some disruption to bus services in Bath this morning.
The No 6 (Bath Bus Station - Bath Bus Station), is currently unable to serve Fairfield Park and is operating via Camden and Larkhall.
The No 14 (Upper Weston - Odd Down) is unable to serve Cramore Estate and Bloomfield Drive and is operating via Bloomfield Road and Nodes Corner.
The No 184 (Bath - Frome) is currently unable to serve Chilcompton.
The No4 service (Bath Riverside - Bathampton) and the No 18 (Bath University Circular) were back to normal from 10.30am this morning.
Temperatures could reach 10C in the region on Sunday which could spark a rapid thaw of ice and the Environment Agency has warned of the risk of minor localised flooding.
There are no reports of any school closures this morning in Bath and north east Somerset today.