Published: 08:16 Thursday 18 January 2018
A man was found to be over the limit when he crashed his car into a lamppost on a snowy Sheffield street. The collision in Norton occurred when snow started to fall and settle in Sheffield on Tuesday night.A police investigation into the incident is now underway.
The Snake Pass and Woodhead Pass are both closed this morning because of snow and ice, and snow is settling on the Sheffield Parkway and city centre roads. A number of bus services are affected because of the road conditions. A spokesman for bus company First said: "Last night and into this morning we have seen significant snowfall across the higher ground in Sheffield, and as a result, there is disruption to services this morning.
Bus company Stagecoach said its 57 service from Sheffield to Stocksbridge at 6.01am will not be operating and First South Yorkshire has issued a list of its affected services. Its 25 service will be terminating at Lowedges and its 83a service is terminating at Hunters Bar because of the conditions in Fulwood. Bus company First has issued a list of its services affected by the snow. Service 1a - Not using Blackstock Road. Buses are trying to operate via Leighton Road.
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