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Overnight closure of M25 in Essex commences at 10pm

18:01 22 July 2014

The M25 anti-clockwise will close (Picture: Rui Vieira/PA)

The M25 anti-clockwise will close (Picture: Rui Vieira/PA)

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The M25 in Essex will be closed between junction 27 and 25 anti-clockwise overnight to allow repairs to take place.

The stretch of road Essex will be closed from 10pm tonight until 5.30am tomorrow.

Resurfacing work is required following a collision involving two HGVs this morning that resulted in diesel being spilt on the carriageway.

During the closure there will be no access to the anti-clockwise carriageway of the road from the M11 or junction 26. A diversion will be in place via the M11, A406 and A10.

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