Tuesday Traffic and Travel: Two die in collision on M25
News / Tue 20th Mar 2018 am31 07:18am
A man has been arrested on suspicion of causing death by dangerous driving following a collision on the M25 at Waltham Abbey which happened just after 11.20pm last night, Monday, March 19.
An articulated lorry was in collision with an Audi between junctions 26 and 27 on the anti-clockwise carriageway.
Two women were pronounced dead at the scene while a man and a child were taken to hospital. The child, a girl aged ten has life threatening injuries. The man was not injured.
The clockwise carriageway is open and a part closure of the anti-clockwise side is being managed by Highways England.
A 32-year-old man remains in police custody this morning.
Enquiries in to the collision and the events leading up to it are being led by the Serious Collision Investigation Unit on 101 or email [email protected]
TRAFFIC problems in Harlow due to M25 problems. Traffiic tailing back from M11 Hastingwood roundabout, onto A414 and then into Church Langley.
THE M25 is closed anticlockwise between Junction 27 (M11) and Junction 26 (Waltham Abbey)due to a collision
Diversion: Exit at J27 and take the M11 southbound to J4. Then take the A406 (North Circular Road) westbound. Then take the A10 (Great Cambridge Road) northbound to re-join the M25 at J25.
Road users intending on using this section of road are advised to allow plenty of extra time for their journey
More carnage thanks to another inept HGV driver. Keep the lorries away from the cars, maybe leave a lane spare through the middle ? Let's not forget, that most of these incidents appear to have a left hand drive vehicle involved. RIP.