Part of the M4 through Berkshire won't re-open until tomorrow morning after a lorry crash, which killed its driver.
A number of major roads across the Thames Valley have been at a standstill all day, with drivers caught in miles of tailbacks.
The lorry, carrying engine parts, crashed into the central reservation between junction 12 for Theale and junction11 for Reading, just before 5am. The eastbound carriageway - has been closed all day, with drivers diverted through Wiltshire, North Hampshire and Oxfordshire.
Reading town centre remains gridlocked this evening - several hours after the accident. Mel Bloor has our report.
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