Serious Crash on M25 Causes Major Delays and Lane Closures Near Junction 3

Traffic on the M25 was brought to a standstill today after a serious crash involving two lorries and a car near Junction 3. The incident occurred at 1.22pm, causing heavy delays and disruption for drivers.

According to sources, the accident occurred on the M25 anti-clockwise, with the police on scene to assist with the recovery of one of the lorries involved. Fortunately, no serious injuries have been reported.

The National Highways team has also issued a statement, stating that three out of the four lanes on the M25 between Junction 3 (Swanley) and Junction 2 (A2 Darenth) have been closed due to the incident. They have also reported delays of 45 minutes and a four-mile queue on approach.

The cause of the crash is still unknown, but it is believed that the tanker involved cannot be moved, and specialist recovery teams are en route to the scene. This has resulted in vehicles queueing from Junction 3 (Swanley Interchange) to Junction 2 (Darenth Interchange), with reports of congestion up to Junction 4 (Orpington).

As of now, there is no further information about the crash. We will keep you updated as more details emerge. In the meantime, drivers are advised to avoid the area and seek alternative routes to their destination.

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