UPDATED: 12.50 M6 sliproad open again after tons of plastic and tins spill from lorry

M6 sliproad closed after thousands of tons of plastic and tins spill from lorry

M6 sliproad closed after thousands of tons of plastic and tins spill from lorry

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THE sliproad at the M6 at Lymm has been reopened after a lorry shed its load of recycled goods this morning.

The accident happened at the northbound sliproad at junction 20 at 9.50am today, Thursday.

Police and Highways Agency officers were at the scene but there are no injuries after the lorry shed its load.

A Highways Agency spokesman said tons of plastic, paper, tins and other recycled goods fell onto the carriageway.

The road was reopened at 12pm.

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