Motorists are facing travel chaos on the M25 anticlockwise this morning after a crash between two cars and a lorry near Heathrow Airport.
Three lanes are closed due to the crash on the anticlockwise carriageway between junction15 M4 J4B to J14 Horton Road (Heathrow Terminal 4).
There is congestion now tailing back to J16 (M40 interchange), while traffic is also being affected on the M4 as a result of congestion in the area.
Lanes one and two (of five) which are they dedicated lanes to come off at J14 are closed.
A spokesman for Highways England said: "Three lanes (of 5) are closed on the M25 anti-clockwise between J15 and J14 due to a multi-vehicle collision. Delays are building on approach."
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Where did the crash take place?
The three lanes closed after the collision have now been reopened, Highways England says.
Lanes one, two and three (of five) were closed after the accident, which involved two cars and a lorry.
All vehicles have now been moved to the hard shoulder.
Travel time up to 35 minutes
Travel time is 30 to 35 minutes, according to Inrix.
The lorry and cars involved have now been moved onto the hard shoulder.
There are three lanes closed on the M25 anticlockwise near Heathrow this morning after a crash involving two cars and a lorry.
Motorists are facing long delays after the crash at around 8am between J15 M4 J4B to J14 Horton Road (Heathrow Terminal 4).
Congestion is tailing back to J16 (M40 interchange).
We’ll be bringing you all the latest updates as we get them.