The M25 has been reopened after a three-vehicle pile-up sealed 13 miles of a clockwise carriageway earlier.
An articulated lorry was left jackknifed after a pile-up with a London cab and red Citroen nearby Leatherhead in Surrey during 04:45 BST.
The lorry motorist was taken to sanatorium with critical injuries though a other vehicles’ occupants were unhurt.
Drivers complained of being stranded for hours but water. Highways England pronounced delays should now reduce.
The group pronounced a motorway was close progressing between connection 8 for Reigate and connection 10 for Wisley.
Kyron Smith, who was travelling to Thorpe Park, pronounced he had been stranded in a reserve to join a M25 during connection 8 for about 3 hours.
“Nobody is moving. They haven’t got us any H2O and they haven’t let us spin back,” he said.
“We have got zero in a car, no water, and we can’t stop during a use station.”
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Laura Williams, network manager during Highways England pronounced a lorry’s position and a vast diesel brief difficult a liberation of a vehicles.
Driver Lee Walker pronounced he had been stranded on a motorway “for about dual hours” and described “chaos on a surrounding routes”.
Any witnesses or drivers with dashcam footage have been asked to hit Surrey Police.