The 11 worst hit streets in Sheffield after Storm Ciara causes major disruption

Sheffield Council staff are ‘working around the clock’ to respond to fallen trees and other issues caused by Storm Ciara.

Monday, 10th February 2020, 1:59 pm
Updated Monday, 10th February 2020, 1:59 pm

Since midnight, staff have been deployed to:

Stony Ridge Road, near Totley;

Psalter Lane, Nether Edge;

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A tree landed on a tree in Sheffield when Storm Ciara hit (Pic: SCC)

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An uprooted tree in Totley, Sheffield

Brincliffe Edge Road, Brincliffe;

Charnock Grove, Charnock;

Bracken Hill, Burncross;

Algar Road, Arbourthorne;

A tree landed on a house in Sheffield when Storm Ciara reached Sheffield (Pic: SCC)

Muskoka Drive, Bents Green;

Green Lane, Kelham Island;

Alport Road, Frecheville;

Stanwood Avenue, Stannington;

Beckton Avenue, Waterthorpe;

Manchester Road,

Prince of Wales Road, Manor.

They dealt with trees blowing over, branches and debris in the road and flooding.

Staff also attended Cricket Inn Road, Wybourn, yesterday which remains closed today, along with nearby Parkway Drive.

Storm Ciara battered South Yorkshire yesterday, with gusts of wind reaching 80mph.

A 40mph speed limit is in place on the Tinsley Viaduct and motorists are being advised not to drive at more than 30mph on the Woodhead Pass due to strong winds.