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Live updates: A52 Brian Clough Way closed eastbound – motorcycle collision

Emergency services are at the scene.

 


9:10 pm Road reopened – there are no residual delays in the area.


Traffic situation at 6:30 pm

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National Highways | 4:10 pm

Traffic caught within the closure has since been released past the scene in lane 1. Derbyshire Police confirmed at approximately 4pm that the road is likely to remain closed for a couple of hours while investigations continue.


The A52 is now closed eastbound due to a serious collision involving a motorcycle. All emergency services are in attendance including Derbyshire Police who are now on scene while investigations are taking place.

Preparations are ongoing to allow traffic caught within the closure past the scene.

There are currently delays of 20 minutes coming out of Derby.

Road users travelling eastbound are advised to follow the solid triangle diversion symbol visible on local road signs.

Diversion

  • From the A52 Spondon Junction, follow the slip road onto the A5111 south for approximately 2km.
  • At the roundabout with the A5111 and the A6, take the A6 south and after 3.7km, take the slip road onto the A50 east and continue for 6.8km.
  • Take the slip road onto the M1 north and continue on the M1 to Junction 25 to re-join the A52.

National Highways | 2:49 pm

‘The A52 eastbound between the A5111 and M1 J25 is closed due to a collision involving a motorcycle.

‘Police remain on scene while investigations continue.

‘There are currently delays of 20 minutes on approach.

‘Diversion to follow.’


 

AA Roadwatch said at 2:42 pm:

‘Road closed and slow traffic due to crash, a motorbike involved on A52 Brian Clough Way both ways from A5111 Raynesway to M1 J25 (Nottingham / Derby).’

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