A vehicle has caught fire on the westbound M4 on Tuesday morning (October 31).
Emergency services are at the scene dealing with the car fire, Highways England has confirmed.
The incident shut all three lanes westbound between junctions 2 for Brentford and junction 3 for Hayes.
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Large number of calls reported car fire
Here is the story after a car caught fire on the M4 between Brentford and Hayes.
The Bridge said it had received nearly 50 calls reporting the incident.
Traffic warning remains
Been here before
This isn’t the first fire on the westbound M4 this month.
On October 15 a car caught fire on the westbound carriageway between junction 2 for Brentford and the A4 and junction 3 for the A312. at around 8am.
The road was temporarily shut to allow emergency services access to the vehicle.
Photo of the damaged car
This photo from Highways England shows the extent of the damage caused to the vehicle
A look at the traffic
Here’s how the traffic was looking at around 7.15am
All lanes have reopened
According to Transport for London (TfL), queues are beyond the Chiswick Flyover and onto the A4
Firefighters at the scene
London Fire Brigade told getwestlondon it was called to attend at 6.11am.
It cannot provide further information as the incident is ongoing.