Emergency roadworks continue in Bungay after 'major' gas leak
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Emergency roadworks continue into this week after a 'major' gas leak closed a Bungay road on Saturday.
St John's Road in the Suffolk town has been closed to allow Cadent to undertake repair works.
The road is shut where it meets Pilgrims Way.
The gas distributor has estimated an end date of March 29 for these repairs, with delays expected to people's journeys.
First Buses announced multiple services have been affected by the closure.
The bus company's 41, 41A, and X41 services have been diverted and will be unable to serve Flixton Road and Bardolph Road.
The services will be diverted via Kings Road, Queens Road and Hillside Road West.
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Service 99A is also affected, diverting via Beccles Road and Hillside Road East in both directions.
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