The following traffic incidents and congestion for M6 have been reported by Highways England, Traffic Scotland, Traffic Wales or Transport for London (TfL) in the last two hours: CONGESTION. Yarnfield Road will remain closed until the motorway is cleared and safety assessment is completed. Two lanes are closed and motorists are experiencing long delays after a lorry hit a bridge pillar on the M6. Traffic is coping well.M6 Staffordshire southbound severe disruption, at J11A for M6 Toll.M6 Staffordshire - One lane closed on M6 southbound at J11a M6 Toll, because of a breakdown. "And delays are now at 40 minutes, according to INRIXTwo lanes closed, long delays and queuing traffic for four miles due to debris on road, broken down vehicle, accident, a lorry involved and fuel spillage on M6 Northbound from J14 A34 (Stafford North) to J15 A500 D Road (Stoke-On-Trent). One lane closed, long delays and queuing traffic for five miles due to debris on road, recovery work, accident, a lorry involved and fuel spillage on M6 Northbound from J14 A34 (Stafford … A spokesperson for the theme park said it would reopen as normal today but, as tickets currently have to be booked in advance, it was sold out.Parts of Staffordshire also saw flash flooding in last night's storms.M6 West Midlands northbound severe disruption, after J10 for A454 Wolverhampton Road Wolverhampton.M6 West Midlands - Two lanes closed and it's very slow on M6 northbound after J10, A454 (Wolverhampton), because of an incident.More than 100 calls were made to Shropshire's fire service in two hours last night as heavy rain swept the county.Simon Hardiman, the service's assistant Chief Fire Officer, said crews were pushed to the limit. Travel time is 55 minutes. A lorry hit a bridge and spilt diesel at around 02:30 this morning.Very slow traffic due to traffic avoiding delays on the M6 on A34 Stone Road Northbound from A34 (Monkey Roundabout, Stafford) to A500 D Road (Hanford Interchange, Stoke-On-Trent).Very slow traffic due to traffic avoiding the delays on the M6 on A34 The Fillybrooks Northbound from A51 (Aston Island) to A520 Stafford Street (Shell roundabout).One lane closed, long delays and queuing traffic for five miles due to debris on road, recovery work, accident, a lorry involved and fuel spillage on M6 Northbound from J14 A34 (Stafford North) to J15 A500 D Road (Stoke-On-Trent). Status: Currently Active. "Diversion - Exit the M6 … Highways England and motorway cops were called just before 3.30am to reports of a collision on the The accident is between junction 14, Stafford North, and junction 15, Stoke-on-Trent.Traffic was initially stopped but is now running off a single lane.A Highways England spokesman said: "Lanes one and two, of three, are closed on the M6 J14 Stafford North to J15 Stoke-on-Trent Northbound due to a collision into a bridge pillar involving a lorry. There was an accident earlier on between J13 and J14 where all restrictions were lifted just before 13:00. Make the most of your money by signing up to our newsletter for The Central Motorway Police Group (CMPG) has confirmed a lorry and a car have caught fire in an incident on the M6 just south of Stafford. "Trees down, sinkholes, mud on the road, impassable roads. "Two lanes closed and very slow traffic due to emergency repairs and earlier accident, a lorry involved on M6 Northbound from J14 A34 (Stafford North) to J15 A500 D Road (Stoke-On-Trent). Travel time is 30 minutes.A lorry hit a bridge spilling debris and diesel onto the road, and then a breakdown occurred in the queues. But instead, the student, who goes to Newport Girls High School, was given a B, an E and a U by a controversial modelling system and lost her offer from Cardiff University. "Staffordshire Fire and Rescue Service wrote on Twitter: “Fire Service dealing with an incident on M6 North between junctions 12 and 13.“Vehicles have been on fire following an RTC, but no reports of any injures.“Crews from Cannock, Penkridge, Rugeley and Cheadle in attendance.”Highways England has warned there are delays of up to 30 minutes on the northbound approach with up to two-and-a-half miles of congestion.Highways England wrote on Twitter: “Please be aware there are delays of over half an hour on approach to this incident at this time.“There's 2 and a half miles of congestion behind the scene.” See today's front and back pages, download the newspaper, A Staffordshire Police spokesman said: "There is a full northbound closure on the M6 J13 Stafford currently. "I've called up several universities and the motto seems to be 'we understand how difficult it is, we don't understand how this has happened to you but if you get the grades on appeal we'll let you in and if not, we don't know what we can do'. Lane Closures : Lanes 1 and 2 will be closed. Schedule: From 21:00 on 15 Aug 2020 to 06:00 on 16 Aug 2020. M6 closed has been closed near Manchester after a crash F1 car has cheaper insurance costs than a road car Car tax changes may not be available to thousands of drivers This small vibration could be the sign of major car defectMOT exemptions mean one million unroadworthy cars on UK streets Motorists travelling in the other direction have been warned there is queuing traffic southbound for over three miles with delays of up to half an hour.Be aware that traffic is also being held southbound, and as a result there are delays of over half an hour on this carriageway too, with just over 3 miles of congestion.“Allow plenty of extra time if you're travelling in the area this afternoon.Shortly before 3pm the CMPG confirmed one lane of the M6 northbound has re-opened, but motorists have been urged to avoid the area as the recovery of the vehicles involved in the incident and repairs to the road are still required. A further unconnected breakdown has occurred on the other side along the same stretch.Two lanes closed due to accident and broken down vehicle on M6 Northbound from J14 A34 (Stafford North) to J15 A500 D Road (Stoke-On-Trent).