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Watch out! Slippery substance causing havoc on Mellieha Bypass hill
Several cars have already skidded on what is thought to be oil or diesel on the road.

Sarah Micallef

Attention all drivers who are headed in the direction of Mellieha! We have just been notified of a slippery substance which has been spilt on Mellieha Bypass hill.

Attention all drivers who are headed in the direction of Mellieha! We have just been notified of a slippery substance which has been spilt on Mellieha

The substance, which is thought to be oil or diesel, can pose a danger to passing cars, and according to onlookers, has already caused several cars to lose control and skid in the area.

Attention all drivers who are headed in the direction of Mellieha! We have just been notified of a slippery substance which has been spilt on Mellieha

We have been informed that the Fire Brigade has been called to the scene, and until it’s cleared up, we issue a warning to anyone who might be passing by to proceed with caution.

16th October 2020


Sarah Micallef
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Sarah Micallef
A keen traveller with an interest in most things, Sarah loves her island home as much as she loves getting away from it, and enjoys discovering and re-discovering the gems, hidden corners and unique stories of her native Malta and Gozo.

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