Emergency services are rushing to the scene of a crash on the M5 where a lorry has collided with a barrier. First reports of the incident suggested the vehicle may have crossed the central reservation between Junction 14 for Thornbury and J13 for Stroud. However this is now not the case according to the Highways Agency, who have tweeted that lane three is closed on both sides of the motorway.
Another accident has been reported on the same stretch of M5 motorway as this weekend's horror crash. Emergency services are at the scene after reports a lorry collided with a barrier. The vehicle may have crossed the central reservation between Junction 14 for Thornbury and J13 for Stroud, reports GloucestershireLive. The Highways Agency tweeted that lane three is closed on both sides of the motorway.
A lorry that has crashed on the M5 this morning weighs 7.5 tonnes and it has damaged 400 metres of the motorway barrier. As more details are revealed about the incident, drivers are facing delays because the outside lane on both sides are closed. This is expected to be the case for some time as the barrier is repaired and the lorry is recovered. Traffic reports in the area suggest travel time is about 20 minutes to get past the accident between Junction 14 for Thornbury and J13 for Stroud.
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