Lorry Crash on M25 Causes Chaos and Six-Mile Tailbacks Near Dartford’s QEII Bridge

Lorry Crash on M25 Causes Chaos and Six-Mile Tailbacks Near Dartford's QEII Bridge

Chaos on M25 as Lorry Crash Causes Six-Mile Tailbacks Near QEII Bridge in Dartford

Commuters on the M25 are facing heavy delays after a lorry crash near the QEII Bridge in Dartford. The incident, which occurred just before 4pm, has resulted in the closure of three out of four lanes between Junction 1A for the A206 and Junction 1B for Dartford.

As a result, traffic is queuing for a staggering six miles into Essex. According to National Highways, drivers heading into Kent from Essex should expect significant delays, with congestion backed up to Junction 31 for Grays. The agency has also warned that it could take up to an hour-and-a-half to get through the affected area.

Authorities are currently on the scene, with both police and fire crews working to clear the crash and restore normal traffic flow. The cause of the accident is yet to be determined.

This incident on one of the UK’s busiest motorways is causing major disruptions for commuters and delivery drivers alike. We urge all drivers to avoid the area and seek alternative routes if possible. Stay tuned for further updates as the situation develops.

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