M20 closed this morning

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  1. Mavis

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    Please check travel as there has been a bad accident M20 closed
    M20 Kent - M20 closed coastbound between J9, A20 (Ashford) and J10, A20 (Ashford South), because of a serious accident involving one car and four lorries and recovery work. Diversion in operation - Dover traffic should use the A2 and M2.

    And M2 so chaos in Kent

    M2 Kent, westbound between A249 Sittingbourne [M2 junction 5] and A278 [M2 junction 4]
    M2 Kent - Delays and slow traffic on M2 London-bound between J5, A249 (Sittingbourne) and J4, A278 (Gillingham), because of an accident earlier on. Average speed 20 mph. All lanes have been re-opened. Travel time is ten minutes. Congestion to J5, A249 (Sittingbourne).
     
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    Just came off tunnel this morning, on M20 going north, could see a couple of lorries one seriously damaged, car must have been underneath, road blocked off, must have happened early, take care if driving to tunnel
     
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    One has no cab left there was defo 3 seen earlier so he must have got going again.
    It has caused chaos with traffic on the M2 they have now closed a lane there
    keep checking if you coming to Kent
    http://www.bbc.co.uk/travelnews/kent
     
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    Take care as still very congested down here A20 is bad as well now:thumb:
     
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