Mystery still surrounds a pile-up that sealed a M4 eastward for some-more 4 hours currently and caused trade disharmony around Reading .
Police were called during 2.09pm today, Saturday, May 7 to a singular automobile pile-up between Junction 11 and 10.
Traffic website Inrix reported a automobile had overturned.
There was also a news shortly thereafter of another collision on a westbound carriageway in a same area – presumably as a outcome of daze caused by a pile-up on a other side of a motorway.
The whole motorway was sealed in both directions for a while.
South Central Ambulance Service (SCAS) mouthpiece Gillian Hodgetts pronounced it sent dual atmosphere ambulances to a scene, one from Thames Valley and a other from Hampshire.
SCAS also sent dual highway ambulances, dual officers and a fast response vehicle.
However, Ms Hodgetts pronounced she could give no information about casualties.
She pronounced a military would recover serve information tomorrow morning.
At slightest 3 glow crews from Royal Berkshire Fire and Rescue Service attended a occurrence though all referred press inquiries to a police.
One firefighter described it as carrying been a “rough day”.
And early exploration to a military press bureau furnish some information about a incident, though successive questions about casualties has so distant perceived no response.
The motorway was sealed during Junction 11 during around 2.30pm and stayed sealed between Junctions 11 and 10 until after 6pm.
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Reports of complicated trade and queuing in Reading city centre on southbound roads persisted all afternoon.