M25 traffic latest as horror vehicle fire near Enfield as London fire crews scrambled | UK | News

The two lanes are closed on the M25 anticlockwise due to a serious fire between junction 26 A121 (Waltham Abbey) and junction 25 A10 Great Cambridge Road (Enfield). 

According to National Highways: East, there is a field fire adjacent to the road.

There are currently delays of 30 minutes against expected traffic on the M25 anticlockwise.

The incident is expected to clear between 7.15pm and 7.30pm.

Normal traffic conditions are expected between 8.15pm and 8.30pm. 

Essex Fire Service said in a post that five crews are currently at the scene of the field fire at Waltham Abbey.

Two of the crews are from Harlow, one is from Loughton, one is from Brentwood and one is from Epping.

They said: “Firefighters have surrounded a large shrubland fire. 

“Two lanes of the M25 have been closed while we deal with this incident.”

Station Manager Dave Bond said: “We expect to be at the scene for several hours, if you can avoid the area, please do. 

“Rest assured we’re dealing with this as quickly as we can and appreciate the disruption this is causing to drivers. Thank you for your patience.”

It comes ahead of closure lasting three nights on a key section of the M25 in Surrey.

They are: 

  • M25 anticlockwise Junction 11 to Junction 9. Tuesday and Wednesday, 10pm to 5.30am – Lane, entry and exit slip road closure for CCTV installation works.
  • M25 clockwise Junction 9 to Junction 11. Thursday, 10pm to 5.30am – Lane, entry and exit slip road closure for CCTV installation works. Diversion via National Highways network.
  • M25 anticlockwise Junction 13 to Junction 12. Tuesday and Wednesday, 10pm to 5.30am; Friday, 11pm to 6am – Lane and link road closure for electrical works. Diversion via National Highways network.

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