The M6 Southbound is blocked between J6 A38(M) Aston Expressway Spaghetti Junction and J5 A452 (Castle Bromwich) because of a crash between a car and a motorcycle. It happened at around 7am this morning.
There is congestion back to J7 A34 (Great Barr).
Traffic has been stopped to allow an air ambulance to land.
Apologies: We're about to land an air ambulance on the M6 Jct 6 - 5 after a motorcyclist was injured in a crash with a car - traffic stopped
One lane blocked and slow traffic due to broken down vehicle on M6 Southbound between J5 A452 (Castle Bromwich) and J4A M42.
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One lane is closed and traffic is moving slowly due to a broken down vehicle on the M6 Southbound between J6 A38 Aston Expressway Spaghetti Junction and J5 A452 (Castle Bromwich).
One lane is closed on the M6 Southbound between Junction 5 A452 (Castle Bromwich) and Junction 4A M42. This is because of a broken down vehicle.
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One lane closed and heavy traffic on M6 Southbound between J6 A38(M) Aston Expressway / A5127 Gravelly Hill / A38 Tyburn Road / Slade Road Spaghetti Junction and J5 A452 (Castle Bromwich).
Heavy traffic due to earlier broken down vehicle on M6 Southbound between J5 A452 (Castle Bromwich) and J4A M42. All lanes have been re-opened.
Jaguar Land Rover is investing more than £400m at its factory in Castle Bromwich in Birmingham to build its latest Jaguar XF.
Later this week, Jaguar Land Rover will announce that it's spending hundreds of millions of pounds upgrading the Castle Bromwich factory, so it can build the new car which will be made from aluminium.
The factory nearly closed five years ago under Ford, before they sold the company to Tata.
Jaguar made 40% more cars last year, at its Castle Bromwich plant, than they did in 2012.
More than 78,000 cars, including the F-type Jaguar, rolled off its production lines - Landrover production was also up by 11%.
The news comes after Derby's Toyota factory, in Burnaston, announced the biggest production increase in the whole of the UK; with production up by 60%.