M25 shut by crash while faulty train causes severe delays on London Underground

M25 shut by crash while faulty train causes severe delays on London Underground

Significant queues are building on the M25 this morning (Picture: TfL/Traffic Cameras UK)

The M25 in Surrey has been closed anticlockwise while emergency services work at the scene of a serious single-vehicle crash.

Traffic has been building on the London orbital road since earlier this morning following the closure of the section between Junction 5 at Godstone and Junction 6, which links to the M26.

National Highways has said drivers should expect delays of 30 minutes or more and suggested a diversion along the A22 and A25.

Commuters are also facing severe delays on two London Underground lines as they head into work.

A faulty train has impacted service on the Circle and District lines.

The District line is affected between Tower Hill, Ealing Broadway and Richmond westbound, while the Circle line is delayed anti-clockwise with a good service clockwise.

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