By Haddenham Webteam - 15th February 2014 10:45am
Station Road has now been re-opened.
It was closed temporarily for most of Saturday 15th February, due to a fallen tree lying across a powercable.
The closure was just to the East (the village side) of the Sheerstock junction.
Vehicles were able to exit Sheerstock towards Thame, but there was no through-way from John & Joyce Davis' house, travelling towards Thame on Station Road.
The road is now fully clear once again.
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