Motorists have ween warned to expect "severe delays" on the anticlockwise M25 following a "multi-vehicle" collision on Friday morning (December 1)
The crash, which happened between junction 16 and junction 15, led to three lanes being blocked following the morning rush hour, with major delays between the M40 and Heathrow Airport.
Recovery is under way and firefighters from Gerrards Cross fire station have confirmed no one was seriously hurt in the smash.
Firefighters from Buckinghamshire Fire and Rescue Service were called at 9.31am. Crews are making the scene safe and motorists have been urged to check their route before they travel.
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For those who missed it, motorists faced hour-long delays this morning after multiple vehicles collided on the M25.
Firefighters were called at 9.31am to the anti-clockwise carriageway between J16 and J15 and made the scene safe.
No injuries were reported after the collision, which led to the closure of three lanes.
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The M25 was affected by two crashes this morning, both of which have now been cleared.
A separate collision between J15 and J14 has also now been cleared but there are still long delays.
Good news for motorists travelling anti-clockwise on the M25.
Pictures from the scene
Recovery vehicles and fire crews have made the scene safe, but two lanes still remain closed.
Luckily, no injuries have been reported after the incident.
Delays of over an hour
The travel time on the M25 anti-clockwise is reportedly around 70 minutes.
This shocking photo shows the aftermath of the collision on the M25 between J16 and J15 earlier today.
A spokesman for Buckinghamshire Fire and Rescue said no injuries were reported after the incident.
One lane of three reopened
One anti-clockwise lane has reopened but two remain blocked after the collision involving multiple vehicles.
Response to delays
Unhappy motorists are dealing with delays in the most British way imaginable
'Long delays on approach'
There are still “long delays on approach” after the crash this morning.
Delays on M25
Motorists should expect some “severe delays” if travelling on the anti-clockwise carriageway of the M25.
Multiple vehicles collided at around 9.31am between J16 and J15, a spokesman for Buckinghamshire Fire and Rescue said.
No injuries have been reported and the scene has been made safe, although delays remain severe.