M6 reopens after overnight lorry crash closes motorway for 10 hours
The M6 has reopened following a 10-hour closure that was caused by a serious lorry crash in the early hours near Leyland.
Al lanes on the southbound motorway are back open following an extensive clean-up operation at the scene of the crash near junction 28 (Leyland).
The motorway had been closed since 1am between Leyland and junction 27 (Standish/Parbold) after the crash involving a lorry and a car.
Traffic has been moving freely along the stretch of M6 since it reopened at 10.40am.
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You can read our full report on the crash and closure with updates from police and the ambulance service here.
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