Major Delays on M20 London-Bound After Five-Vehicle Collision Causes Standstill

Traffic on the M20 London-bound is at a standstill after a five-vehicle collision occurred earlier this morning. The incident, which took place around 7:30am, has caused major delays for commuters heading towards London. The crash happened between Junction 2 for Wrotham and Junction 1 for Swanley, and has resulted in two out of three lanes being blocked.

According to police, the collision involved three vans and two cars, but thankfully no serious injuries have been reported. However, in order to clear the vehicles and debris from the road, authorities have held traffic in order to expedite the recovery process.

National Highways has also issued a warning on social media, stating that there is a 50-minute delay and three miles of congestion on the M20 between Junction 2 and Junction 1. They have advised drivers to allow for extra time and to seek alternate routes if possible.

Traffic officers are currently on the scene, working alongside emergency services to clear the area and ensure the safety of all involved. Local journalists urge commuters to avoid the affected area and plan accordingly to avoid any further delays.

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