Four M25 lanes closed near Heathrow after lorry crashes and spills load

Two lanes are closed on the M25 in both directions after a lorry crashed into the central reservation and spilled its load. Highways England has confirmed that lanes three and four are closed on both the anticlockwise and clockwise carriageways near to junction 14 for Heathrow Airport following the crash. The HGV struck the central reservation on the anticlockwise side of the motorway and spilled its load onto the clockwise side.

Travel service Inrix states that congestion is stretching back past junction 13 for Staines on the clockwise side while traffic on the anticlockwise side is stretching back past Junction 15 for the M4. Inrix states: Two lanes closed and queueing traffic due to accident, a lorry involved on M25 in both directions at J14 A3113 Airport Way (Heathrow). “Congestion to J13 (Staines) for the clockwise traffic.

Anticlockwise traffic back past J15 (M4 interchange).

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“Lanes three and four (of four) are closed. This was due to the lorry which has struck the central reservation on the anti-clockwise side and a load spilled on the clockwise side. Traffic was briefly held whilst emergency services are on scene.”

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