A57 fully reopens at Dunham Bridge following severe flooding
Dunham Bridge on the A57 has now fully reopened after the River Trent burst its banks.
Following inspections and discussion with the Environment Agency and Internal Drainage Board, county council Highways have removed debris and checked for any slippery mud layers.
The temporary lights, which had been allowing traffic to use the road again yesterday, have now been removed and the road is open as usual.
The road had been impassable due to severe flooding on on the Lincolnshire side since Boxing Day night.
Elsewhere, the B1184 Sibsey/Old Leake remains closed due to flooding and a bank slippage.
Highways are reiterating their warning against driving through the floodwater after further incidents of motorists removing the barriers to drive through.
IN PICTURES: Flooding on A57 at Dunham Bridge near Gainsborough...