Carriageway shut for nine hours
A section of the M20 was closed for more than nine hours following a serious crash in which four people were injured.
One person was taken to King’s College Hospital in London with serious injuries, while a further three were taken to Tunbridge Wells Hospital for treatment.
The road was closed coastbound between Junctions 4 and 5 following the incident shortly after 1am last Thursday and was shut throughout rush hour.
There were further patients who were checked over at the scene
The London-bound section was also closed for a short while following the incident involving two cars.
Traffic was diverted off the M20 at Junction 4 onto the A228 until the junction with the M2 Junction 2.
Maidstone's Running Horse Roundabout on the A229 was partially blocked on Tuesday following a crash between a motorbike and a lorry.
Drivers were warned to expect delays on the approach.
A Kent Police spokesperson said: “Officers attended the scene where no injuries were reported.”
A team from Kent Highways also attended to deal with a fuel spillage.