The A30 Westbound has been closed due to a medical emergency between the Chiverton Cross Roundabout and the A3047 (Scorrier).
Emergency services are dealing with an issue about a mile south of Chiverton.
The M48 Severn Bridge is closed all weekend.
It's for bridge maintenance work between Chepstow and Aust.
The diversion route has been extended due to the closure of the exit slip road at Junction 23a.
There's currently stop-start traffic on the A30 Southbound between Jamaica Inn Road and the A38 Launceston Road.
It's taken around 45 minutes to get through the roadworks area - holiday traffic mixed with the usual congestion at traffic restrictions is leading to an unusually long delay.
There's queueing traffic on the M5 Southbound between J21 and J22.
The vehicles involved are now on the hard shoulder, and all lanes are open, but there is still heavy congestion between Weston-super-mare and Burnham-on-sea.
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A woman who died following an alleged hit and run has been named.
45-year-old Kate Bailey, from Wadebridge, was found lying in a ditch at the side of the road on Trewiston Lane early on Tuesday morning.
It's thought she had been out walking her dogs at the time of the incident.
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A white Landrover Defender thought to be involved in the collision is being investigated after it was recovered from Exeter St David's train station.
Police have renewed their appeal for anyone who saw the collision, or who has further information, to come forward.
They are particularly keen to speak to anyone who may have come across Kate's two dogs on the night of the incident which she was walking prior to the collision.
The dogs are not missing.
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