Clean-up crews enter ‘final part’ of clearing A13 after lorry crash

PUBLISHED: 12:51 07 August 2018 | UPDATED: 14:26 07 August 2018

Hundreds of Coca-Cola cans were left in the road following the crash

Hundreds of Coca-Cola cans were left in the road following the crash


The A13 remains closed after a lorry crashed into the central reservation, littering the road with hundreds of Coca-Cola cans.

The A13 is closed after a lorry crashed into the central reservation.The A13 is closed after a lorry crashed into the central reservation.

The A13 Movers Lane is closed westbound with lane restrictions eastbound, according to Transport for London (TfL).

They say westbound tailbacks stretching to Wennington Viaduct are now affecting Junction 30 of the M25.

Eastbound traffic is also experiencing heavy delays, with queues to High Street South.

The delivery vehicle reportedly crashed near to Movers Lane between yesterday (Monday) evening and this morning.

Clean-up crews are now at the “final part” of clearing the road, TfL said on Twitter.

There are also southbound queues on the A406 to the M11 interchange at Charlie Browns.

Traffic on the A12 is slow moving with queues from beyond Gants Hill to Redbridge.

Further delays are reported on the A1306 westbound.

Drivers are advised to use alternative routes.

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