One lane of traffic on McLennan St in Mooroopna is blocked while emergency services clean up a hay spill.February 6, 2013 11:58am
UPDATE, 12.26pm: Emergency services are unsure how long it will take to clean up the hay on McLennan St in Mooroopna.
McLennan St is closed between O'Brien and Elizabeth Sts and VicRoads crews will be there shortly to clean up the mess.
The News believes McDonalds has also lost power and Powercor will fix the problem this afternoon.
Trucks are currently allowed through the scene, but all other traffic is being diverted through O'Brien and Elizabeth Sts.
For more, see tomorrow's Shepparton News.
11.58am: Police have blocked one lane of Mooroopna’s main street as they clean up a hay spill.
One lane of McLennan St heading into Shepparton, near the new McDonald's, has been blocked.
Traffic is being diverted through O'Brien St.
A truck dropped bales of hay and emergency services are working to clear the scene.
Watt Rd remains closed and traffic is moving slowly on Peter Ross-Edwards Causeway.
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