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Oxfordshire Fire and Rescue Service is warning drivers to take extra care when travelling through roadworks after a crash on the M40.
Emergency services were called to the motorway between junctions 6 and 7 yesterday afternoon where people were believed to be trapped in the wreckage.
A car had left the motorway and ended up on its side down the embankment and stuck in the hedgerow.
The driver and the passenger were freed safely.
“I would like to thank all services who helped at this incident including the Army who had stopped when passing the incident and provided support to the casualties until our arrival. Due to the position of the car and the fact it was on its side down the embankment we had to initially stabilise the vehicle to prevent further movement and then create access by use hydraulic equipment to remove the doors and centre post from the side of the car.
"The driver and passenger were then able to be released and subsequently taken to hospital for checks, however the incident could have resulted in even more damage had the vehicle hit others and of course the injuries could have been a lot worse had they not been wearing their seat belts”
"There have been a number of recent accidents in the current temporary road works in place on this section of the M40 and I would urge drivers to stay alert, reduce their speed on approach and take extra care by following the 2 second rule in an attempt to maintain a suitable gap between you and vehicle in front, thus helping prevent possible further collisions”
Resurfacing work on the M3 Southbound at J4A A327 (Farnborough) means there are two lanes closed. That has caused queueing traffic with long delays. There is congestion from the M3 to J2 M25. The disruption is expected to the end of the day.
ITV News Meridian can reveal tens of thousands of drivers face an extra six months of misery with controversial roadworks on the M3 in Surrey and Hampshire taking much longer than expected.
The work will now last until the end of June next year.
Motoring groups say it is staggering it will have taken three years to remove just 16 miles of hard shoulder. It appears they will now resurface the road as well but it's is claimed if they had planned it when they started the work it could have been completed sooner.
The Govemrnent is now holding a review that will lead to roadworks being done over shorter distances to ease the amount of disruption.
It comes as another project, the Black Dam improvement, at Basingstoke is complete six months late. There are questions over the way Highways England manage roadworks and the lack of information they give drivers on them.
Drivers using the M4 near Reading are being warned of roadworks which will close the motorway for three nights from Wednesday.
A new bridge is being installed over the road as part of the construction of the new Shinfield Eastern Relief Road.
Diversions will be in place from 9pm until 6am.
More than four hundred miles of roadworks are being removed this weekend to help bank holiday drivers.
It will also see the completion of schemes including the M27 near Eastleigh and near Southampton.
Although work on the M3 near Basingstoke will remain.
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