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Crash between car and motorbike on M20 London-bound between junctions 5 and 4

By Molly Mileham-Chappell

A motorcyclist has received medical attention following a crash on the M20.

Police were called by ambulance crews just before 7am after a car and a motorbike crashed on the London-bound carriageway of the M20 between junctions 5 and 4.

Officers were called to the scene, where the motorcyclist was also treated.

The traffic cameras show long delays this morning

The traffic cameras show long delays this morning

South East Coast Ambulance Service confirmed they were called shortly before 7am, and ambulance crews in a car and an ambulance attended the scene.

One patient was taken to Tunbridge Wells hospital.

All lanes have now re-opened following the earlier accident between Aylesford and the exit for the A228.

Long delays were present stretching back to junction 8 for Leeds Castle, with delays on the coast-bound stretch of the M20 between Junction 4 for the A228 and the incident. 

Detling Hill going southbound also had delays joining the M20 at Junction 7 as a result, with the A20 London Road from Maidstone to Larkfield also having very slow moving as traffic diverts from the M20. 

 

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