Two lorries were involved in a crash on the M6 in the West Midlands today, causing four miles of congestion.
The smash happened close to junction 10 for Walsall and Wolverhampton at 7.19am on the southbound carriageway.
Two lanes had to be closed while recovery work took place. Central Motorway Police and the Highways Agency were dispatched to the scene.
Queues of rush-hour traffic stretched back towards junction 11 for Cannock.
Highways Agency spokeswoman Kelly Barnes said: "The incident occurred at 7.19am. It involved two heavy goods vehicles.
"One of the heavy goods vehicles requires recovery. We are reporting four miles of congestion."