M25 crash near Potters Bar causing long delays back to St Albans

PUBLISHED: 19:01 06 December 2017 | UPDATED: 19:01 06 December 2017

Traffic near Potters Bar following a crash this evening. Picture credit: Highways England.

Traffic near Potters Bar following a crash this evening. Picture credit: Highways England.


Motorists are being warned of long delays affecting Potters Bar, South Mimms and St Albans following an M25 crash this evening.

Emergency services were called to the clockwise carriageway between Junction 24 for Potters Bar and 25 for Enfield, following reports that a car and lorry had collided at around 6.30pm.

It has caused two lanes to close and long delays back to Junction 22 for St Albans.

The Metropolitan Police is currently on the scene, but motorists are being urged to approach with care and plan ahead before travelling.

It is currently unclear if anyone was injured.

Updates to follow.

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