The A2 has been hit by mass delays this morning after three cars, a lorry and a motorbike crashed on the London-bound carriageway.

Kent Police were called at 7:21am, June 8, to reports of a collision on the Bexleyheath-bound road near the Bean Interchange.

According to police, three cars, a lorry and a motorbike were all involved in the crash, and all emergency services were at the scene.

Officers remain at the scene, and say the vehicles involved have been moved to the hard shoulder.

South East Coast Ambulance Service are also in attendance, but "at present no serious injuries have been reported."

Traffic has at a complete standstill after the crash, and queues and congestion were reported all the way back into Gravesend.

All lanes have now reopened, though drivers are being told to expect delays.