A person has been treated at the scene of a crash on the M25 which has resulted in long delays.

The London Fire Brigade (LFB) said it was called at 12.58pm today (February 23) to reports of a crash on the M25 at junction 29 with the A127 near Upminster.

"One person was treated at the scene by firefighters alongside emergency service colleagues," an LFB spokesperson said.

Two fire engines and a rescue unit attended.

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The crash has caused road closures and delays, according to the AA.

Southern and western sections of the junction 29 roundabout on the M25 have been shut while emergency services work at the scene.

There have also been delays at the Dartford Crossing.

According to National Highways, there are delays of around 30 minutes to the southern side of the crossing, going back to junction 3.

The incident has been described as "police-led" by National Highways.

The Met Police and London Ambulance Service have been contacted for comment.