Five mile queue on M4 after lorry overturns at Bridgend

Five mile tailbacks have been reported on the M4 at Bridgend after a lorry overturned.

Two lanes were closed on the westbound carriageway between junction 37 (Pyle) and junction 38 (A48) at about 07:50 BST on Thursday.

Congestion has been queuing back to junction 36 (Bridgend).

The lorry overturned on the central reservation, closing the middle and outside lanes. South Wales Fire and Rescue attended.

The condition of the lorry driver is not known.

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