Four car crash causing rushhour motorway tailbacks

Four car crash causing rushhour motorway tailbacks

Four car crash causing rushhour motorway tailbacks

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A four car accident on a Hampshire motorway is causing major tail backs this morning.

The accident happened on the M3 northbound between junctions 14 and 13.

Emergency services are currently at the scene and the accident is already causing tailbacks to junction 5 of the M27.

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7:53am Mon 13 Jan 14

one in a million says...

Eastleigh and surrounding area gridlocked then?
Eastleigh and surrounding area gridlocked then? one in a million
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8:08am Mon 13 Jan 14

Ozmosis says...

It's moving just now (8am) but the M27 was slow back to Segensworth. I left there at 7am and got into work at Chandler's Ford a few minutes ago.
It's moving just now (8am) but the M27 was slow back to Segensworth. I left there at 7am and got into work at Chandler's Ford a few minutes ago. Ozmosis
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8:08am Mon 13 Jan 14

sue1956 says...

Again!!!
Again!!! sue1956
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8:10am Mon 13 Jan 14

sue1956 says...

The traffic camera is not very useful you can only see trees!
The traffic camera is not very useful you can only see trees! sue1956
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8:14am Mon 13 Jan 14

chapelsaint says...

For years we have been reading about this M3 ,M27, A33 interchange, almost on a daily basis. The obvious reason is the lack of distance between the three roads joining and the exit to Eastleigh. This, coupled with the speed of most vehicles, does not give time for the amount of "cross lane" and filtering actions that take place, usually at 70 or so mph. Obviously no changes to the road lay-out can take place at this time, but an enforceable speed limit to perhaps 50 mph could help.
For years we have been reading about this M3 ,M27, A33 interchange, almost on a daily basis. The obvious reason is the lack of distance between the three roads joining and the exit to Eastleigh. This, coupled with the speed of most vehicles, does not give time for the amount of "cross lane" and filtering actions that take place, usually at 70 or so mph. Obviously no changes to the road lay-out can take place at this time, but an enforceable speed limit to perhaps 50 mph could help. chapelsaint
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8:18am Mon 13 Jan 14

mike smallcock says...

sue1956 wrote:
Again!!!
Have these people no consideration? Some of us have got to get to work
[quote][p][bold]sue1956[/bold] wrote: Again!!![/p][/quote]Have these people no consideration? Some of us have got to get to work mike smallcock
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