A406 blocked eastbound after three vehicle crash

PUBLISHED: 13:59 17 July 2017 | UPDATED: 14:10 17 July 2017

The road is expected to be closed for several hours (credit: Rupesh Parmar?)

The road is expected to be closed for several hours (credit: Rupesh Parmar?)

Rupesh Parmar

The A406 North Circular is blocked off eastbound whilst emergency services attend after a three vehicle crash.

The road is currently blocked off between the A406 bridge in High Road, South Woodford up to Charlie Brown’s roundabout, after the crash at about half 12 today.

An air ambulance is currently on the scene. One eyewitness said that the crash, between a flat bed lorry, a van and a car looked “very nasty.”

A London Traffic spokesperson warned commuters to find another route whilst emergency services remain on the scene.

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