The South Central Ambulance Service spokesman said: "There was a collision towards the front of the queue and the more serious one about half-way down."
He added three ambulances, three rapid response vehicles and two ambulance officers and an air ambulance car had attended the scene.
Six vehicles in the middle were said to be badly damaged, while a further 10 to 15 were also involved.
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