Update following serious collision on the M6 Northbound
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The M6 has now reopened following a serious collision earlier this morning.
At 7.48am on Monday 11 December police were called to reports of a multi-vehicle collision on the M6 northbound, at Thelwall Viaduct.
Officers attended the scene and found the collision involved two HGVs, a white Ford Zetec and a white Ford Kuga.
Fire and ambulance were called to the scene and the road was closed in both directions to allow air ambulance to land. The southbound carriageway reopened at around 9.10am
One man sustained a serious injuries during the collision, he was taken to Aintree hospital via air ambulance where doctors have confirmed that his injuries are not believed to be life threatening or live changing.
A number of other casualties were taken to hospital by paramedics, there injuries are not believed to be serious.
Following the collision, police and Highways staff worked hard to clear the scene as quickly as possible and the road fully reopened at around 12.40pm.