Guernsey motorists 'putting lives at risk'

Lives are being put at risk by drivers ignoring a temporary one-way system in the Castel, Guernsey Police have said.

Sgt Amanda Randall said drivers are ignoring a no entry sign, in place during roadworks at the bottom of Rectory Hill.

She said they were putting the lives of workers at risk as they illegally drove down L'Aumone towards the coast.

Motorists are urged to stick to diversions. The one-way is due to last for a further three and a half weeks.

It means instead of being able to travel down L'Aumone towards the coast, motorists are taken on a one-way diversion along Rue du Friquet, Rue Cohu and Route de Saumarez.

It has been put in place to allow Guernsey Electricity to install new services in the area.

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