Two lanes blocked on the M25 clockwise between junction 26 at Waltham Abbey and junction 27 for the M11

Three vehicle collision causing delays

Three vehicle collision causing delays

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A motorway collision between two lorries and another vehicle is causing delays on the M25.

Two lanes are blocked clockwise and traffic is queuing between junction 26 at Waltham Abbey and junction 27 for the M11.

The incident happened at about 6:30am.

There are no reports of injuries and no arrests have been made.

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10:25am Tue 25 Feb 14

margraham says...

Bakers Arms: I cannot understand why the slip roads (Hoe St side and Leyton High Rd side) have been changed to pavements making it much more difficult for bigger vehicles especially to turn into Lea Bridge Road. Is it possible under freedom of information act to find out the people involved in the design and planning of the junction, also the person in the Council who signed for the work to be done. If so get them to stand at the junction for an hour and then they may realise what they have done and decide to change it back to the way it was.
Bakers Arms: I cannot understand why the slip roads (Hoe St side and Leyton High Rd side) have been changed to pavements making it much more difficult for bigger vehicles especially to turn into Lea Bridge Road. Is it possible under freedom of information act to find out the people involved in the design and planning of the junction, also the person in the Council who signed for the work to be done. If so get them to stand at the junction for an hour and then they may realise what they have done and decide to change it back to the way it was. margraham
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