A massive accident involving more than 100 vehicles on the New Sheppey Crossing bridge in northern Kent, England this morning resulted in over two hundred people hurt.
Early reports suggest the first crash occured at about 7.15am today, and that weather conditions could have been the main cause.
Chief inspector Andy Reeves said: “The weather will be a factor. It was described to me as a very thick fog and it was certainly low visibility at the time”.
At least six people have been seriously injured. No fatalities were reported, but Police said “there could be people trapped”.
Motorists have been warned to avoid the area.