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Hampshire Police say a motorcyclist is in a critical condition in hospital following an accident which has closed the eastbound A27 for several hours.
They've confirmed the collision involved two vehicles, one of which was a motorcycle.
There were no other injuries.
The road closures remain in place at this time and police are working to have the routes reopened by 5pm.
Hampshire Police are currently dealing with a serious road traffic collision on the A27 in Portsmouth.
Officers were called to the scene at 12.10pm and as a result of the incident the eastbound carriageway is currently closed.
The closure starts on the M27 at junction 12 and ends on the A27 at the Eastern Road junction.
Debris on the road is also causing significant delays on the westbound carriageway.
Motorists are urged to avoid the area if at all possible.
Investigators expect the route will be closed for some time.
Portsmouth have clinched their promotion from the fourth tier in a 3-1 win over Notts County.
Gareth Evans scored from the spot after Kal Naismith was brought down, before Jorge Grant equalised five minutes after half-time.
However Jamal Lowe came off the bench to secure Pompey's win, and spark a pitch invasion as they celebrated promotion.
Luton's failure to win at Mansfield ensured Portsmouth grabbed an automatic spot, with Danny Hylton equalising for the Hatters after Alfie Potter's opener in a 1-1 draw.
Firefighters from Cosham in Portsmouth have rescued three girls who became stuck partway up some chalk cliffs while exploring a cave.
Hampshire Fire and Rescue Service have filmed a video of the damage caused by a blaze at a flat at Gunwharf Quays in Portsmouth.
The video was posted on Youtube with the message:
"We return to the scene of a large fire which devastated a flat at the Roundhouse Tower at Gunwharf Quays recently.
Firefighter Beth Medway, from Southsea Fire Station, tells us about her experiences dealing with the fire and gives us some fire safety tips.
More than 40 firefighters tackled the blaze in a block of flats on Saturday, February 25.
A United States Navy cargo ship was due to be the first vessel to moor at the jetty that HMS Queen Elizabeth will call home.
Thick fog this morning meant she had to anchor outside the harbour, delaying an exercise to test staff and the equipment they'll use.
As Richard Jones reports.
Richard spoke to Chris Alcock from BAE Systems and Commodore Jeremy Rigby, Naval Base Commander.
Hampshire Fire & Rescue Service say they were called to a fire at a block of flats at Gunwharf Quays in Portsmouth just after midday.
More than 30 firefighters are at the scene. There have been no reports of any injuries. The fire started in a kitchen on the fourth floor.
The video is from @Hamblepoint
Gunwharf Quays - Closed due to Incident.