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M6 reopened between junctions 32 and 33 after lorry crash

Posted on - 13th November, 2023 - 2:55pm | Author - | Posted in - Broughton, Preston News, Roads, Transport
An empty northbound M6 carriageway viewed from Stubbins Lane bridge due to the crash Pic: Traffic Cameras

The M6 northbound has now reopened between junctions 32 and 33 after a lorry crashed into the central reservation.

All three lanes were closed after the crash but all three are now clear.

Officers attended the scene dealing with the road traffic collision but police said shortly after 3pm that all lanes are now open.

No injuries have been reported.

Read more: Storm Debi strong winds warning upgraded by Met Office

The crash took place around 2.30pm on Monday (13 November) on the M6 northbound north of Junction 32.

A weather warning is in force for Storm Debi with National Highways North West urging high-sided vehicles not to travel.

Police have advised to drive carefully due to the high winds.

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