M6 Lorry & Caravan Crash

A man is in hospital with serious head injuries after a collision between a lorry and a car towing a caravan on the M6 overnight.

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There are tailbacks of up to ten miles and major delays after a lorry caught fire when it collided with a car towing a caravan on the M6 in Staffordshire last night.

The driver of the car is being treated in hospital for serious head injuries after the crash between Stafford services and Junction 15 shortly after 4 o'clock this morning.

The Highways Agency have warned motorists to expect further two hour delays as the road is re-surfaced.

Long delays on M6 Northbound after lorry fire

The crash between the lorry and car towing a caravan overnight Credit: West Midlands Ambulance Service

The are long delays on the M6 Northbound in Staffordshire between Junction 14 and Junction 15 while repair work is carried out after a lorry fire.

There are tailbacks of around five miles and delays of around 90 minutes after the crash between a lorry and a car towing a caravan caused the lorry to burst into flames.

One man is in hospital with serious head injuries after the crash.

Resurfacing work to the damaged carriageway is expected to be ongoing until 4pm.

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