Three-vehicle crash near M1 causes delays

PUBLISHED: 18:22 05 April 2017 | UPDATED: 18:22 05 April 2017

M25 delays caused by crash near Junction 21 for the M1

M25 delays caused by crash near Junction 21 for the M1

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A three-vehicle crash near St Albans caused travel misery on the M25 this afternoon.

Two lanes on the anticlockwise carriageway were closed between Junction 21 for the M1 and Junction 20, to allow Highways England to clear the cars.

The stretch reopened at about 5.45pm, enabling congestion to ease, but motorists are still advised to plan ahead before travelling.

No one is thought to have been seriously injured.

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