A1(M) reopened after accident near Welwyn
- Credit: Archant
Part of the A1(M) has been reopened after a two-car collision this morning( Monday).
Traffic was at a standstill after a crash between a van and a car took place at around 6.20am on the motorway near Welwyn.
Junction 6 (Welwyn) and Junction 7 (Stevenage) were closed this morning while the accident was cleared.
Commuters were queued as far back as Stotfold.
Beds, Herts and Cambs Road Policing Unit reopened the road at around 9am.
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They thanked everyone for their patience by tweeting: “A1M Collision: Scene investigation now complete, vehicles recovered & motorway now fully open. Expect delays whilst traffic clears #A1MJ6”.
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