Two fallen trees on the A52 between Derby and Nottingham have brought hours of severe delays, police are asking motorists for patience.
Nottinghamshire police have warned motorists that severe delays are expected on the A52 Derby Road due to a fallen tree hitting a bus.
Police say there could be delays up to two hours as emergency services work to clear the trees.
A52 Derby Road closed in both directions very slow traffic, long delays due to accident, a tree that has struck a bus involved between A6464 (Priory Island) and A6514 (The Qmc Island), congestion on A52 to A60 (Nottingham Knight Island) Northbound and on A52 to B6003 (Bardills Island) Eastbound.
A spokesperson for Nottinghamshire police said it was believed the weather had caused two trees to come down and collide with each other.
He said one of the trees had 'clipped a bus' but said no one was injured. It is not known if there were any passengers on the bus.
The stretch of road closed earlier between the Gamston and Wheatcroft islands in West Bridgford due to earlier accident has now been re-opened.
The A52 remains closed in both directions between the Gamston and Wheatcroft islands in West Bridgford, after a collision involving a car and a heavy goods vehicle.
Nottinghamshire Police says the driver of the car, thought to be in his thirties, is in a critical condition in hospital.
Asection of the A52 in Nottinghamshire has been closed after a car collided witha heavy goods vehicle this morning.
Ithappened at about 8am today (Saturday 7 April) on Lings Bar Road between the Gamston andWheatcroft islands in West Bridgford.
The driver of the car is in a critical condition. The lorry driver received minor injuries.
The road has been closed in both directions as police continue their investigation.