Rush hour drivers are facing long delays on the M2 and A249 this evening after an earlier lorry crash.
The HGV, thought to be a car transporter, is believed to have crashed into the central reservation of the coast-bound stretch just after junction 5 for Sittingbourne.
The smash left debris strewn across the carriageway, forcing emergency crews to shut it completely for a short time at 4.45pm.
One lane of two remains closed as emergency crews work to clear the debris from the road and carry out emergency repairs to the barrier.
As a result, traffic is stretching back as far as junction 3 for Chatham. There are also queues on the Sittingbourne-bound A249 caused by traffic attempting to join the M2 at junction 5 at Stockbury.
The driver is not thought to have suffered serious injuries in the crash and has been taken to hospital.