M56 Accident Today Live, Highway Blocked Due To Multiple collision

M56 Accident Today Live – On the M56, traffic has been ground to a halt as a result of a collision involving multiple vehicles, one of which was consumed by flames. Because of the severity of the incident, traffic was stopped on the eastbound side of the road, and two lanes were closed on the other side. According to National Highways, the collision took place on the eastbound side of the road between Junction 14 and Junction 12. There has been a collision involving multiple vehicles, including one vehicle that has caught fire, which has caused traffic to be stalled on the eastbound side of the M56 in Cheshire, according to an update. The presence of emergency services has been confirmed.

Relevant article: A man who was a passenger in the vehicle and was 19 years old was pronounced dead at the scene of the accident. During the accident, the driver sustained minor injuries and was transported to the hospital, while the other passenger did not sustain any injuries. The grey Vauxhall Astra was traveling westbound on the M62 around junction 21 when the driver is believed to have lost control of the vehicle and hit the center barriers, according to the officer who was in charge of the investigation. After crossing over onto the eastbound road, the vehicle flipped over and flipped over again.

The driver of a grey Vauxhall Astra was driving on the westbound side of the highway near junction 21 for Milnrow. The driver ‘lost control’ of the vehicle. According to the police, the vehicle collided with the central barriers before flipping over into the section of the highway that was traveling in the opposite direction. The Serious Collision Investigation Unit (SCIU) of the GMP is currently making a request for anyone who may have observed the incident to communicate their information to them. The authorities are also interested in speaking with anyone who may have any film, such as dashcam or cell phone footage, from the area in the moments leading up to the crash.

 

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