M25 CHAOS: Rush hour hell as Dartford Crossing lanes CLOSED after huge crash– 50min delays


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Two lanes have been closed on the A282 southbound, which forms part of the M25.

This comes as a result of a serious collision involving multiple vehicles. 

The Dartford Crossing over the River Thames will be seeing delays of up to 50 minutes as a result. 

Traffic Officers are in attendance, according to National Highways.

The severe traffic comes at a devastating time for commuters who use the crossing to get to work.

According to BBC Radio Sussex, the lanes are closed from J31 A1306, to J1A A206 (Dartford).

Congestion is reportedly reaching almost to J29 to Romford and Basildon, while routes around Lakeside are also said to be busy. 

National Highways East tweeted out at 7.24am: “There are currently 2 (of 4) lanes closed on the A282 southbound Dartford Crossing.

“QE11Bridge due to a multi-vehicle collision. Traffic Officers are in attendance.

“There are 50 minute delays on approach, please allow extra time and have a safe journey.”

It is not yet known if there are any injuries. 

Express.co.uk has contacted National Highways and Kent Police for more information. 


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