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Lorry fire on M2 causes severe delays

By KentOnline reporter

A lorry fire caused major delays on the M2.

At its worst, three lanes were closed due to the blaze on the London-bound carriageway between Junction 3 for Blue Bell Hill and Junction 2 at the Medway Bridge.

At its peak, motorists were faced with hour-long queues, but all lanes have been reopened and traffic has returned to normal.

The lorry fire on the M2

There are three fire engines at the scene. Police are also in attendance.

The lorry was carrying pallets.

Police confirmed they were sent to the scene at 3.25pm.

A spokesman said: "Officers are currently in attendance and are providing support to crews from Kent Fire and Rescue Service.

The lorry fire on the M2. Picture: Peter Harrison-Brookes
The lorry fire on the M2. Picture: Peter Harrison-Brookes

"No injuries have been reported, however, motorists are advised to expect delays on approach."

Traffic cleared at around 5.30pm.

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