Warning Of 'Treacherous Driving Conditions' On M1

Police have issued a warning of "treacherous driving conditions" on the M1 motorway following numerous crashes on Friday morning.

It is understood a number of vehicles have been involved in accidents due to icy road conditions, with junction 12 at Portadown and junction 15 at Dungannon said to be "particularly difficult".
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Drivers are being urged to exercise caution and leave additional time for their journey.

A Met Office ice warning remains in place.


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