A lorry hearth on the M4 Prince of Wales Bridge introduced site visitors to a standstill. Smoke plumes could possibly be seen miles from the bridge after a car burst into flames.
Site visitors monitoring service Inrix mentioned at 3.21pm at this time that each one site visitors was being held resulting from a car hearth on the westbound carriageway of the second Severn crossing from J22 M49 to J23 M48. The car on hearth was a lorry carrying pallets of wine.
The incident precipitated site visitors chaos on different routes together with the M49 strategy and the M32 out of Bristol. Queues continued previous 9.30pm regardless of the westbound carriageway of the bridge reopening at round that point.
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