Motorway reopened after crash

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A BUSY stretch of motorway has been reopened after a three-car collision brought traffic to a standstill.

Vehicles were forced to slow down on the M275 northbound heading out of Portsmouth after the crash – which involved a light goods vehicle and other cars – at about 4.15pm today.

One person, a 56-year-old man, was taken to Queen Alexandra Hospital, Cosham, via ambulance to be treated for neck and leg injuries.

His injuries are not thought to be life-threatening.

All three lanes were closed, but have now been reopened.