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Live as M1 completely shut after serious ‘police incident’

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The M1 near Sheffield has been completely closed in both directions after a serious police incident.

South Yorkshire Police have said that the M1 is closed on both the northbound and southbound carriageways between junction 30 and 31.

Police described the closure as a “serious incident”.

Huge queues can already be seen backing up along the motorway with motorists urged to avoid the area.

To get the latest email updates from South Yorkshire Live, click here .

SYP Operations tweeted out to say: “The Roads Policing Group are currently responding to a serious incident on the M1 motorway along with other emergency service colleagues.

“It remains closed in both directions between junctions 30/31.

“Please avoid the area and do not join the network – plan alternative routes.”

Follow all of the latest updates on this breaking news story in our dedicated live blog here.

Written by: Rother Radio News


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