Serious crash closes M27 Cadnam slip-road

The single-vehicle incident took place on the Cadnam slip-road on the M27

THE slip-road from the M27 into Cadnam has reopened over five hours after emergency services responded to a serious crash.

Serious crash closes M27 Cadnam slip-road

Few details have so far been revealed about the incident, which took place around 11.30am today (Wednesday), except that it involved a single vehicle.

The closure was put in place at the eastbound junction one off-slip, and a post on the Hampshire Roads Policing Twitter account earlier this afternoon said there was “no current timescale” for its reopening.

Motorists were urged to use alternative routes, with HGVs directed to junction two at Ower for access to New Forest truck roads the A35 and A337.

A Hampshire police spokesperson said: “We were called at 11.30am today following a serious collision on the slip road between the A31 and the M27.

This involved one vehicle.

We will issue more details when we can.”

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Serious crash closes M27 Cadnam slip-road

A reporter with the A&T since 2005, Chris March covers New Milton Town Council and writes about some of the crimes, road accidents and fires that take place across the New Forest and Christchurch.

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