A13 Thurrock crash sees police work to get HGVs recovered | Echo – Southend Echo

Police are working hard to recover four HGVs as all lanes have reopened after a crash on the A13.
Two lanes on the A13 near North Stifford were closed this evening rush hour after four lorries were involved in a crash on the major route.
Drivers faced 30 minutes of “severe delays” as the road was closed, with around three miles of congestion.
Police are now working to recover the lorries.
A spokesman for Essex Police’s roads policing unit tweeted: “Currently on scene of a collision on the A13 Thurrock which involves 4 HGVs.
“We are working hard to get the vehicles recovered. Two lanes are now open. Please avoid if you can.”
Motorists are warned to avoid the road if possible as they are still facing delays of around 17 minutes.
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