M26

Delays after car flips on motorway

A crash between and car and a lorry is causing delays on the coast bound M20.

It happened at around 11.35am between J3 for the M26, and J4 for Leybourne and Snodland.

A crash is causing delays on the M20 coast bound between J3 for the M26 and J4. Picture: Highways England

A crash is causing delays on the M20 coast bound between J3 for the M26 and J4. Picture: Highways England

A crash is causing delays on the M20 coast bound between J3 for the M26 and J4. Picture: Highways England
A crash is causing delays on the M20 coast bound between J3 and J4. Picture: Highways England

A crash is causing delays on the M20 coast bound between J3 and J4. Picture: Highways England

A crash is causing delays on the M20 coast bound between J3 and J4. Picture: Highways England

Police patrols, Highways officers and Kent Fire and Rescue Service arrived to find a car on its side.

Nobody has been injured and three of the four lanes are currently closed to traffic to allow recovery of the vehicle.

Drivers are being urged to use caution and expect delays.

Avoid getting stuck on Kent’s roads by keeping up-to-date on all of the latest traffic and travel news here or by following our live blog.[1][2]

Listen to kmfm for regular travel updates.[3]

Read more: All the latest news from Malling[4]

References

  1. ^ traffic and travel news here (www.kentonline.co.uk)
  2. ^ live blog. (www.kentonline.co.uk)
  3. ^ Listen to kmfm for regular travel updates. (www.kmfm.co.uk)
  4. ^ Read more: All the latest news from Malling (www.kentonline.co.uk)

M25 Camera images show lane four (Of four) is closed for the break down. Lane one is closed just yards further ahead due to the accident. Clacket Lane Services are located halfway between J5 (M26 Interchange) and J6 (Godstone). – Clockwise

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