The police are asking drivers to avoid the area where possible.Highways England has reported that the scene is clear, but Essex Road Policing have tweeted that there were some issues tonight.

The two lanes remain closed for repairs as of 8.30pm.According to Inrix, lanes two and three (of three) are still closed to assist recovery, but now the entry slip at J7 has reopened.This is the traffic queueing on the approach from the nearest traffic camera operated by Highways England.The incident was recorded by Inrix traffic management system at 6.39pm. Call 84322 - 'theAA' on your mobile or 0906 88 84322 from a land line for the latest travel news. It says: There are currently two lanes closed and queueing traffic due to accident, two lorries involved on M11 Southbound from J7 A414 Canes Lane (Harlow)to J6 M25. Live traffic news for m11, 24 hours a day, from AA Roadwatch. The AA and our partners use technology such as cookies on route planner and other pages where we show ads to personalise content, provide social media features, and analyse our traffic.

You're in control . "Tailbacks of around 4 miles reaching J13 Mandingley Road.The wintry weather is also not helping conditions on the roads this morning.Motorists are advised to avoid the route if possible or allow extra time for their journey.The M11 has now fully reopened and we will be closing this blog.The second crash near Stansted has now been resolved, and all crashes are now open.The initial crash near Cambridge is still being dealt with.On twitter, the A Plus Taxi Service has warned the public that it too is suffering because of the M11 this morning.With the added disruption on the diversion route, it’s now thought that a standary journey will currently take 30 mintues longer than normal.There are delays of at least 30 minutes above usual journey times approaching this Although traffic is slowly being released, it’s still advised that the public avoid the road if possible.Here’s a tweet from Herts Police earlier this morning.#M11#J12, avoid this area for the time being, there is a s am rtc on the SBCnnJust as situations seem to be improving in Cambridge, a separate crash is causing problems nearer to home.Lane 3 is currently heading north near Stansted, because of a ‘road traffic collision’.There are now seven miles of traffic in the lead up to the accident on the M11.As expected, other road in Chelmsford are affected by the diversion route, and traffic is altogether quite poor.A diversion route is in place so motorists can avoid the closure near Cambridge.That’s because of an accident involving a jackknifed lorry and two cars.The road is currently closed near Cambridge, with long delays in both directions.We will be bringing you live updates throughout the morning.
M11 traffic was 'standstill for two hours' this morning after a Mercedes crashed into the central reservation. We would like to show you a description here but the site won’t allow us. Officers from Essex Police rushed to the scene and have now closed the carriageway while they deal with the incident.The police have confirmed that no one has been reported as injured during the collision. “Lanes two and three (of three) are closed. Reason: Road traffic collision. The crash happened on the southbound carriageway near junction 6 for the M25 just before 7am this morning (Friday, December 20).. All 999 services arrived at the scene as traffic … Two lorries have crashed on the M11 near Harlow, shutting the road.The incident happened at around 6pm this evening (Thursday July 9) on the southbound carriageway between junction 7 (A414 Canes Lane) and junction 6 (M25).Two lorries had crashed which led to one of them jackknifing on the road and blocking two lanes while the other one currently stands on the hard shoulder. However the queues have decreased as drivers are being diverted off at junction 6. The latest M11 motorway traffic reports, roadworks and travel news for the East of England. Location: The M11 southbound exit slip at junction J12 (Cambridge) . “The entry slip road at J7 has been closed to help stop a further build-up of traffic. The wintry weather is also not helping conditions on …

The emergency services are working to remove the horses from the road.

Highways England tweeted: "M11 J8 to J9, the northbound carriageway is being closed for a police incident, police find an alternative route via the A120 and A10 to rejoin the M11 at J10. The M11 is shut after a crash involving a jackknifed lorry.The accident is currently blocking the southbound carriageway between junctions 12 for Cambridge and 11 for the A10, causing more than four miles of queues building back to junction 13 for Madingley.There are also three miles of traffic heading north as cars slow to look at the incident this morning (Thursday, February 27).The incident is believed to involve two cars and a lorry. Highways England tweeted: " #M11 is still closed between Junction 7 and Junction 8 in both directions.