07/10/2019

Traffic: M2 Crash Causing Long Tailbacks

The PSNI has warned of long motorway delays this morning following a crash on the M2.

The incident happened between Antrim and Glengormley during the Monday rush hour.
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A police spokesperson said: "Motorists should expect long tailbacks on the M2 motorway heading southbound following a road traffic collision between Antrim and Glengormley. Please allow extra time for your journey."



(JG/CM)

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