After a 200-litre diesel spill, a section of the M67 in Tameside has been closed. Two lanes remain shut at the scene.
The westbound carriageway was closed last night after a crash. Highways England said that there is a spillage on the road due to the incident. This morning(Thursday), a section of the M67 is currently still closed.
The roads are being inspected by Highways England. In a tweet, Highways England North West said: “The #M67 westbound #J4 (#HydeRoad #A57) to #J3 (#Hyde #A57) has been REOPENED following the earlier spillage however 2 lanes will remain closed until the carriageway can be inspected.”
“#J3 (#Hyde #A57) exit slip westbound will remain CLOSED. ”
⚠️ M67 westbound – between J4 (Hattersley) & J3 (Hyde)
❌❌⬆️ Two lanes remain closed this morning following, the spillage of approximately 200 litres of diesel across the carriageway.
— Transport for Greater Manchester 🚲🚶🏾♀️ (@OfficialTfGM) August 19, 2021