Six taken to hospital after M25 crash near Darenth junction
Four men and two women have been taken to hospital after a multi-vehicle pile-up on the M25.
One man in his 20s was taken to Kings College Hospital in London as a priority, with suspected pelvic injuries.
Two were strapped to longboards and immobilised in case of any injury and taken to Darent Valley Hospital.
One of the victims was taken to Pembury Hospital in Tunbridge Wells and the other two to the Princess Royal University Hospital in Orpington.
It's not known how serious their injuries are.
At 7.55am police, two fire crews from Dartford and six ambulances attended the crash on the anticlockwise stretch between junction 3, the Swanley Interchange, and junction 2 for the Darenth Interchange.
The pile up involved four cars and a lorry and blocked M25 until 9.40am.
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