Delays on M1 southbound until 10.30am

PUBLISHED: 09:29 17 March 2015 | UPDATED: 09:37 17 March 2015

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M1 drivers are being warned of severe delays southbound between Luton and Redbourn until at least 10.30am due to an earlier incident.

Herts Police were called at 8.33am to reports of a collision at junction 5 southbound for the A41 to Watford, involving a car and a lorry, a spokeswoman confirmed.

She said: “The ambulance service was called as were the Highways Agency.

“Though ambulance attended there were no serious injuries and police are still down there at the moment around junction 5, although there are no current closures in place.

“This could have an impact on traffic at junctions 10 for Luton and junction 9 for Redbourn, with delays until around 10.30am.”

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