Chaos On Belfast Motorway Following Two Collisions

Motorists are suffering long delays on their commute into Belfast this morning following two separate collisions on the M2.

The first incident, which occurred at around 8am on Wednesday 09 January, has been cleared onto the hard shoulder.

A PSNI spokesperson confirmed that there were no reports of any injuries in the two vehicle collision.
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A second crash involving seven vehicles on the carriageway between Templepatrick and Antrim resulted in the northbound lanes being closed.

The PSNI said: "Police are advising motorists of long delays on the M2 motorway northbound between junctions 6 and 7, Templepatrick and Antrim, following a road traffic collision.

"Motorists are advised to seek alternative routes if possible."

The road has since reopened but there are significant knock on delays in the area.


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