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Transport updates: M25 exit slip road is reopened after Romford car accident

17:15 23 July 2014

Updates on disruption to roads and train services:

6.28pm: ROADS - M25 lane reopened on exit slip road at junction 29 on the A127, Romford, after the earlier accident.

5.33pm: ROADS - An accident on the A127, Romford, involving a lorry, van and a car is causing delays and the M25 exit slip road is closed.

4.41pm: TRAINS - Abellio Greater Anglia services disrupted.

The following trains have been cancelled: 4.47pm London Liverpool Street to Shenfield, 4.57pm London Liverpool Street to Shenfield, 5.34pm Shenfield to London Liverpool Street, 5.44pm Shenfield to London Liverpool Street, 5.49pm London Liverpool Street to Southend Victoria, 6.20pm London Liverpool Street to Gidea Park, 6.30pm London Liverpool Street to Gidea Park.

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