Motorists near Broughton are advised to take care on the A55 due to debris from the earlier crash.
A woman in her 80s has been airlifted to hospital following a crash on the A55.
North West Ambulance Service confirmed the woman had been flown by helicopter to Aintree hospital in Liverpool with "serious trauma".
A section of the A55 on the Cheshire/Flintshire border is temporarily closed both ways to allow the air ambulance to land following a serious crash.
Traffic is building up on the A55 following a serious crash involving three vehicles.
The A55 is currently closed in both directions to between junctions 35A and 38 to allow the North West air ambulance to land at the scene.
Two North Wales police officers have been disciplined following complaints about the strip search of a 15 year-old boy, without the presence of an appropriate adult.
John Drew was detained by North Wales police in May 2012 under the Misuse of Drugs Act. He was strip searched at Llandudno police station, and later released without further action. The incident prompted a complaint from the boy's family.
The Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC) decided today that both police constables had a case to answer for misconduct, since no appropriate adult was present or notified that the strip-search was going to take place.
North Wales Police say that they have now put in place a number of measures around ‘stop and search’, including intimate searches in custody, to ensure that such searches are carried out in a 'lawful and proportionate manner'.
A spokesperson for Chester Police has confirmed three vehicles are involved in a serious crash on the A55.
Emergency services are dealing with a serious crash on the A55 involving several vehicles.
The Westbound carriageway approaching Broughton has been closed.
National newspapers are awash with Gareth Bale after he provided the winning header in the 81st minute of last night's match against Cyprus.
Here are some of the top headlines:
The Mail: HAIL BALE ... PRINCE OF WALES
The Daily Mail comments on Bale's 'brilliant bullet header', highlighting that the goal has brought Wales to the 'brink of a place at Euro 2016'.
The Mirror: WALES HEADING TO FRANCE
The Daily Mirror leads with the convincing statement that 'Wales are heading to France' and suggests that Bale isn't famous for his headers but managed to seal Wales' win.
The Sun: GARETH'S PURE DAI-NAMITE!
The Sun have attempted to make a Welsh reference, playing on 'Dai' in the headline 'Gareth's pure dai-namite'. Again they go on to describe the Real Madrid star's 'powered header' in the 81st minute and the standing ovation he received from 4,000 fans.
The Star: BALE'S HEAD FIRST
The Star's headline is 'Bale's head first' and write that 'Wales has taken a giant step towards Euro 2016'.