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Drivers have been advised to seek an alternative route after a collision on the Hammersmith Bridge Road this morning (May 9).

Traffic at Hammersmith gyratory was at a standstill and the A4 eastbound was slow moving on the approach.

The road has been closed westbound at Great West Road and the Hammersmith Road southbound is also slow moving.

Public transport is being diverted following the incident.

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Both lanes are both fully re-opened

Hammersmith Bridge Road is fully open once again. Thanks for staying tuned with us - to read the full story click here.

Collision has fully cleared, say Transport for London

But moments later the lane had to be closed once again

Crash lane briefly re-opened as cars seen carefully driving around the vehicle involved

Tesco confirm their dot com driver is in hospital

A spokesperson for Tesco said: “I understand the driver is in hospital and is expected to make a full recovery.”

Passengers are still advised to avoid buses as delays hit an HOUR

Latest video footage shows one lane slowly moving - but police cordon still in place

One lane has now opened but TfL still warn of heavy traffic

Police officers are in attendance

The Metropolitan Police are still currently on the scene and believe the collision is “damage only.”

A spokesperson for the force said: “We believe it is between a van and a bus.”

TfL warn against using buses in the area

Live traffic cameras show emergency services attending a crashed Tesco delivery van

One witness described 'carnage' after a bus went through a barrier

Collision pictures

Pictures of the collision on Hammersmith Bridge Road

Long delays in Hammersmith

Long delays on Hammersmith Bridge Road after earlier collision.