Major delays on M25 Hertfordshire after lorry crash

PUBLISHED: 18:50 01 October 2018 | UPDATED: 18:50 01 October 2018

Traffic at a standstill on the M25.
Picture: www.motorwaycameras.co.uk

Traffic at a standstill on the M25. Picture: www.motorwaycameras.co.uk

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Highways England is warning of two-hour delays on the M25 in Hertfordshire after a crash involving an overturned lorry.

This evening the clockwise carriageway has been closed between Junction 17 to Junction 20 following an HGV crash.

On the opposite anti-clockwise carriageway, the M25 is closed with Junction 18.

Highways England warns of “severe” delays in both directions.

According to Highways England’s traffic map, traffic is at a standstill all the way back to Junction 21a for Bricket Wood and the North Orbitol Road for Chiswell Green.

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