Lanes reopen after fuel spill

Traffic moving once more on the M25

Traffic moving once more on the M25

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Two lanes on the M25 have reopened following a lorry crash.

Tailbacks reached more than ten miles on the M25 anticlockwise between junction 25 at Enfield and junction 26 at Waltham Abbey because of a lorry crash this morning.

The collision caused a fuel spill onto the road which resulted in two lanes closing and delays of more than two hours as traffic tailed back ten miles.

Despite all lanes being reopened, there is still queuing in the area with congestion as far back as junction 27.

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