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A collision on the A40 in Hillingdon is causing disruption during rush hour on Tuesday August 29.

Queues of traffic are forming in the area following the incident around 6.45am this morning.

Collision on A40 in Hillingdon

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Everything we know

One person has been taken to hospital following this morning’s crash.

Their injuries are not believed to be life changing or threatening, according to police.

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Road reopened

The A40 Westbound has been reopened, but one of the three lanes is still blocked.

Traffic is beginning to return to normal after a collision at around 6.21 am this morning.

Queues stretching back

The A40 is still closed westbound at the scene of an earlier accident which lead to multiple injuries.

The queues are stretching back to the Target Roundabout and traffic is being diverted up the slip road at the junction.

The A40 is closed

The road has now been closed after the accident at around 6.21 am today.

The A40 is closed in the Westbound direction and traffic is being diverted past the crash site via the slip roads at the junction.

London Fire Brigade confirmed multiple injuries in the collision.

Traffic still heavy

Rush hour commuters are still facing heavy delays on the A40 Westbound after an earlier crash in Hillingdon.

Those heading out of London this morning on the A40 face estimated delays of up to 40 minutes as traffic is diverted around the crash via the slip roads at the junction.

Fire Brigade confirm multiple inuries

London Fire Brigade has told getwestlondon that there have been multiple injuries in the collision on the A40.

There are still two fire engines present at the site of the ongoing incident alongside Metropolitan Police and London Ambulance Service.

No persons were trapped in the vehicle.

Have a look at the traffic

Take a look at the footage from TfL’s traffic cameras on the A40 before you begin your morning commute.

Fire engines reported

Alongside the police, London Fire Brigade and the London Ambulance Service were all called to the scene of the two-car collision.

What we know so far

Two cars have crashed on the A40 Long Lane this morning in Hillingdon.

Police were called out to the scene at around 6.21am and there are restrictions in place on the westbound carriageway of the A40.

Traffic leaving London is facing severe delays, with tailbacks stretching as far back as the Greenford Roundabout.