Two lanes have been closed on the M25, after a vehicle "left the carriageway".

The incident took place prior to 3.20pm today (Saturday, August 19) on the M25's anti-clockwise carriageway.

At that time a vehicle left the road between junction 24 for Potters Bar, and junction 23 for South Mimms.


Officers from the Beds, Cambs & Herts (BCH) Road Policing Unit attended the scene.

Delays of 30 minutes were being experienced by motorists, with four miles of congestion present.

However, both lanes have now been reopened.

A spokesperson for National Highways said at the time of the incident: "Two lanes (of four) are closed on the M25 anti-clockwise between J24 (Potters Bar) and J23 (South Mimms) due to a vehicle that has left the carriageway.

"Officers from the BCH Road Policing Unit are on scene.

"There are 30 minute delays and approximately four miles of congestion on approach."