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A number of people are believed to have been injured.“Road closures are currently in place and drivers are advised to avoid the area.”It is unknown exactly how many people have been injured as yet, but ambulance services are at the scene.
A spokesman for the ambulance service told the Oxford Mail: “We think there at least four collisions.
A power loom that changed the bobbins automatically when they emptied. The full bobbins were held in a weft battery, and a feeler device detected when the bobbin in a shuttle was empty.
Almost every type of textile was required to be sealed in this way.
Regulations for governing cloth quality were in force from circa 1197.
We are trying to work through exactly where people are.“There are multiple vehicles in multiple accidents and a number of people have been seriously injured.”A statement has been issued by Oxfordshire County Council advising motorists to avoid the A40 between the B4047 Asthall Roundabout and A415 at Witney following the crashes.
The statement said: "It is expected that the A40 between the B4047 Asthall Roundabout and A415 Witney will be closed for most of today, and this will have a knock-on effect on traffic on the rest of the local road network."The crash comes after forecasters warned fog would be slow to clear because of high pressure over the UK.
The spinning mule was first hand operated for all movements, delivery, drafting, twisting, backing off and winding on. The third process in weaving, the others being shedding and picking.