HETO

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HETOHighways England Traffic Officer (UK)
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Cars heading north were stopped as Highways England traffic officer Darryl Corbett ushered the swan to the side of the road.
Highways England Traffic Officer Adam Strang had put in place a rolling road block at around midday after a serious crash involving an HGV on the nearby M5.
There will also be extra Highways England traffic officer patrols and recovery vehicles on standby to quickly remove any breakdowns in the contraflow A diversion will also remain in place through the Team Valley trading estate between junctions 67 and 68.
Bob Coulson, a Highways England traffic officer, said: "My colleague Lindy Noonan and I had a call saying that someone had spotted what they thought was an abandoned dog tied to the hard shoulder barrier.
Highways England traffic officer Hannah Moffitt has a message for people setting off on their summer holidays: make 'check your vehicle day'.
Highways England traffic officer, Lynne Watkins, said:
A Highways England traffic officer has being commended for bravery after he pulled a woman from a burning vehicle in County Durham.Peter Senior, 49, was off duty and had been enjoying a cup of coffee after parking on the A167 at Thinford near Spennymoor, County Durham, when a car and bike collided yards from him on Wednesday 12 August.Due to the impact the bike and car immediately exploded into flames.
Cheshire Policeand Highways England traffic officers are at the scene of the incident on the M56 Eastbound.
Some 120,000 people will flock to the event over the bank holiday weekend (23 to 25 August) and Highways England traffic officers will be on patrol to help make sure visitors' journeys are as safe and smooth as possible.
Highways England traffic officers will also be on patrol and working with partners to help clear any incidents; the majority of which will be dealt with in under an hour.
Going out with two Highways England traffic officers, Richard Evans and Martin Williams, involved donning a high vis jacket and climbing into the back of the bright yellow traffic officer car.
In a unique new collaboration, the vehicle will be manned by both Highways England traffic officers and incident support staff from contractor Kier.