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WELSH WIND UP: Local MPs, motoring organisations and the police have persuaded the Welsh Office to investigate the use of a Second Severn Crossing-style windshield on the Briton Ferry viaduct near Swansea. The action comes after the M4 between junctions 41 and 42 was closed for nearly 19 hours on 4 January this year because of high winds on the viaduct - the second closure of 1998. Last year high winds closed the viaduct five times, once for nearly 16 hours. Consultant Owen Williams, ...

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