A man has died after becoming ill at the wheel and crashing his car in Essex.
Police were called to the A12 at Galleywood, near Chelmsford, just before 2pm on Friday.
Officers believe the driver of the car, a man in his 70s from Suffolk, became unwell and crashed into the central reservation between junctions 15 and 16.
No other vehicles were involved.
The man was treated at the scene by ambulance crews but later died.
A12 both ways closed, delays due to overturned lorry and fuel spillage at A1152 Woods Lane (Melton Roundabout). Quite a lot of fuel on the road, and the lorry on its side. Some traffic is already diverting through Melton and Woodbridge on the B1438.
One lane closed due to broken down vehicle on A12 northbound after J20a, B1137 (Hatfield Peverel South).
The A12 northbound is blocked due to an accident involving two vehicles between J20B B1137 The Street (Hatfield Peverel North) and J21 B1389 Hatfield Road (Witham South).
A12 southbound blocked due to an overturned car after J33 at the Copdock Interchange.
A lorry driver has been arrested after a crash which led to the closure of the A12 in Essex.
It happened near Marks Tey at about 1am this morning (Monday) when an articulated lorry went out of control on the southbound carriageway.
The lorry was carrying 27 tonnes of citrus fruits.
The lorry driver and passenger were taken to hospital with serious, but not life-threatening, injuries.
The driver has been arrested on suspicion of careless driving and drink or drug driving.
A crane or digger being carried on the back of a truck is believed to have struck a bridge on the A12 causing the road to be closed.
The driver of the vehicle drove away from the scene near Kelvedon in Essex, heading towards Suffolk.
Police are now appealing for the driver to come forward and witnesses to contact Pc James Ireland at Braintree on 101.
A structural engineer has now declared the bridge safe, but repairs will have to take place.
Both lanes of the A12 were reopened by 1pm.
The A12 in Essex is closed in both directions after a vehicle struck a bridge.
There's long queues between J25 (Marks Tey) and J23 (Kelvedon South).
Have you ever been stuck behind two lorries on a dual carriageway as one slowly overtakes the other? It can be pretty frustrating. The idea of banning HGVs from overtaking has already been tried on the A14 and the M11.
Now Essex County Council wants a ban introduced on the A12. But lorry drivers say the idea will be dangerous and could prove expensive. Here's Tom Barton.