Drivers warned of ice danger

One of the pictures used in a safety survey document compiled by Cllr john Perry showing how vehicles end up on the wrong side of the road when going into the new development in St Benedict Road on Hayling Island

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Police flashed an ice warning to drivers today after temperatures fell below freezing point overnight.

Hampshire Constabulary advised motorists to take extra care in potentially-dangerous conditions.

And they reminded drivers to ensure that windscreens were fully scraped clear before a journey.

In a tweet, Hants Roads Policing (‏@HantsPolRoads) said: ‘With freezing conditions overnight please drive extra carefully in the morning.Leave earlier and go slower.’

Last week police tweeted a picture of cars being driven with ice still on the windscreen to highlight the danger of setting off under prepared.