M1 southbound junction reopened after two people taken to hospital in major lorry crash

PUBLISHED: 09:37 29 October 2019 | UPDATED: 09:37 29 October 2019

Emergency services are at a huge crash on M1 Southbound Junction 9-8 which has left people trapped in a vehicle and closed the road. Picture: Chris Wright

Emergency services are at a huge crash on M1 Southbound Junction 9-8 which has left people trapped in a vehicle and closed the road. Picture: Chris Wright

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The M1 has now reopened after closing due to a major crash, leaving two people in hospital.

Emergency services are at a huge crash on M1 Southbound Junction 9-8 which has left people trapped in a vehicle and closed the road. Picture: Chris WrightEmergency services are at a huge crash on M1 Southbound Junction 9-8 which has left people trapped in a vehicle and closed the road. Picture: Chris Wright

Junction 9 to 8 was shut this morning after a collision around 5.48am on the M1 southbound.

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Three lorries were involved in the accident where police, fire, ambulance and an air ambulance were needed.

Lanes were closed to allow emergency services to deal with the incident.

All lanes have now been opened.


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