Images taken from the air show cars filling a small layby off the A57 – making it impossible for emergency vehicles to get into the City Heliport.
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If emergency vehicles cannot get to the site the police and air ambulance helicopters, which are used across the whole northwest and beyond, are not allowed to take off.
Now Salford City Council is asking motorists only to park in the marked bays along the left-hand side of the layby and warning that anyone who parks anywhere else in the layby risks being given a penalty charge notice of £70.
The next match at the stadium is on Friday, July 13 and the stadium, Salford Reds and Sale Sharks are already alerting fans via social media.
Councillor David Lancaster, the lead member for environment and community safety, said:
Dave Kibblewhite, Base Manager for the National Police Air Service said;