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Traffic lights warn of tides on deserted Sully Island

An island which has no roads or residents is being equipped with traffic lights - after visitors kept getting cut off by the tide.

Sully Island on the Vale of Glamorgan coast can be reached by foot at low tide via a rocky causeway.

But over the years hundreds of people have been left stranded on the island when the tide comes in.

The RNLI is trialling a set of traffic lights to warn visitors when they are likely to be cut off.

Regular visitors say it can be a dangerous area.

Matt Murray reports.

  • 18 Jun 2014