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Road policing officers looking to trace vehicle which shed load of rubble on M73 motorway

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Road policing officers are appealing for information to trace a vehicle which shed a load of rubble on the M73.The incident happened at around 9.45am on February 8 on the road northbound near junction two, the Baillieston Interchange.The debris was spread along the road for approximately one mile and also affected the slip roads for the M8 westbound and A8 at the Baillieston Interchange.The Lanarkshire Live app is available to download now.

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The road was fully reopened around 12.15pm after the debris was cleared.The vehicle involved is described as a tipper style HGV.

It has not been traced.Constable Michael Aitken told Lanarkshire Live: “Our enquiries are ongoing to identify the vehicle involved and would urge anyone with information or who witnessed the incident to get in touch.“If you believe you saw this vehicle, or may have dashcam footage from the area then please call 101, quoting reference 0779 of February 8.” *Don't miss the latest headlines from around Lanarkshire.

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