35 minute delays on M6: lanes reopen after rush hour crash and fuel spillage near Lancaster

Motorists are facing delays after a crash on the M6.
Motorists are facing delays after a crash on the M6.

Two lanes of the M6 southbound were closed by police after a crash.


The incident between J33 and J34 of the M6 southbound is now clear, but still causing delays for rush hour traffic.

Highways England asked drivers to approach the scene with caution, and said they faced delays of up to 35 minutes to their commutes.

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Traffic officers had closed two lanes, but they have now reopened.

According to Highways England, a fuel spillage on the carriageway caused some of the delays.