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South Gloucestershire M5 crash: ‘At least’ four dead

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    Queues on M5
    Image caption Queues of six miles have built up on the M5 between Almondsbury and Avonmouth

    At least four people have died in a crash on the M5, police have said.

    Emergency services were called just after 14:30 BST to junctions 15 and 14 in South Gloucestershire to a collision involving several vehicles including a lorry.

    The motorway is closed in both directions and Avon and Somerset Police said it would be shut “for a considerable amount of time”.

    The force asked drivers to avoid the area.

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    Highways England warned of “long delays” and said there was a six-mile queue between junction 18 for Avonmouth and 16 for Almondsbury.

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