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Crash closes stretch of eastbound M4

Traffic can be seen queueing in the Brynglas tunnels Credit: Traffic Wales

A crash has forced the closure of part of the M4.

There are reports of 'severe' disruption on the eastbound side at junction 24.

Two cars were involved - nobody sustained any life-threatening injures.

Traffic can also be seen queueing through the Brynglas tunnels.

Diversions are in place with vehicles being taken off at junction 24, directed around the Coldra and back on to the other side of the M4.


Reports of long delays on M4 into Wales

There are long delays on the M4 this evening Credit: Sarah Johnson

There are reports of long delays on the M4 coming into Wales.

The Highways Agency is reporting that traffic between junctions 22 and 26 of the westbound M4 could face severe disruption.

It says it's not expecting normal traffic conditions until 8pm.

Delays between Newport and Cardiff train stations

There are delays to trains between Newport and Cardiff Central after a vehicle struck a bridge, causing congestion.

There are delays of up to 20 minutes between Newport and Cardiff Central (pictured) train stations. Credit: Benjamin Wright/PA Wire

National Rail says there are delays of up to 20 minutes, with disruption expected to continue until around 5pm.

Major disruption to train route between Swansea and London

Thousands of rugby fans will be travelling to the city for today's match Credit: PA

There is major disruption on a main train route between London Paddington and Swansea after a person was hit by a train.

All transport routes in and out of Cardiff are expected to be busier than usual with the Wales V Fiji match being held at the Millennium Stadium.

The incident happened between Swindon and Bristol Parkway but is likely to disrupt trains travelling to Swansea.


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