M25 crane continues to cause traffic problems after man's death

M25 crane continues to cause traffic problems after man's death

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Sonia Kapur

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M25 crane continues to cause traffic problems after man's death

 

The scene at Court Lane in Iver today after a man died from falling off a crane

The crane next to the M25 where a man fell off and died continues to cause problems on the M25 this morning.

Part of the crane at a business on the Court Lane Industrial Estate in Iver can be seen sticking out through a fence on the hard shoulder, anti-clockwise between junction 16 (M40) and junction 15 (M4).

Travel time is over one and a half hours. Congestion is back to junction 20, A41 (Kings Langley).

One lane was closed by police at 7.50am this morning. Officers were also at the scene overnight and a lane is expected to be closed today for several hours.

The crane is not likely to be recovered until Saturday.

Officers can be seen in Court Lane in Iver today.

Anyone with information should phone police on 101 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555111.

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