Live updates as the M25 at junction 14 is closed on Sunday (June 18) following a crash on the anticlockwise carriageway.
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All lanes reopened
All lanes reopened at around 5.25pm but there are still significant delays and queuing traffic.
That’s all from us, have a good evening.
Two lanes still closed
Two lanes remain closed while emergency services clear up the six-vehicle crash from earlier this afternoon.
Video of traffic
We’ve just been sent this footage of traffic along the M25 following this afternoon’s crash
Traffic was held for more than an hour
According to our traffic system, two lanes anticlockwise remain closed and there are long delays.
Congestion is back to junction 16 for the M40.
All traffic was held for more than an hour from 2.20pm to 3.35pm while the air ambulance attended. Lanes one and two (of four) remain closed.
Lanes one and two have now re-opened.
Lucy Summers also sent in this picture of the crash
Vehicle pictured on its side
Lucy Summers, who said the road was closed three cars behind her, took this picture of a car on its side.
Six vehicles involved
A spokesman for the Metropolitan Police said six cars were involved in a “bumper to bumper” crash.
“Everyone is going to be OK,” he added. “We’re talking about one leg injury at most.”
The air ambulance landed as a precaution, he added, as at first police did not know the seriousness of the crash.
Diversion into Heathrow Airport
If you’re trying to get to Heathrow Airport, this may help
Suggested diversion for Southbound traffic into airport is M4 Spur at J4 or M4 J5 and use Colnbrook Bypass.— Aviation Policing (@MPSHeathrow) June 18, 2017
Here’s what Google is saying traffic wise:
At the moment, we know there is a collision on the M25 anticlockwise between junctions 14 and 15 - that’s near Heathrow Airport.
There’s around four miles of queuing traffic, according to Highways England, which tweeted this picture: