M25 in Hertfordshire reopens after lorry fire

Lorry on fire M25 The lorry caught fire at about 12:10 BST on Thursday

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The M25 in Hertfordshire has reopened after an articulated lorry caught fire on the anti-clockwise carriageway, the Highways Agency said.

The blaze started just after midday on Thursday between junctions 22 for the A1081 and 21A for the A405 near St Albans.

The anti-clockwise carriageway was closed between junctions 23 and 21A until about 04:00 BST for resurfacing.

The agency said it completed the work ahead of schedule.

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