The southbound carriageway of the M1 in West Yorkshire has reopened after it was shut following a “critical incident” involving “a number of automobiles”.
It was the third main crash on the motorway in 24 hours.
West Yorkshire Police stated the newest incident occurred on a stretch between junction 40 and junction 39 close to Wakefield.
A lady died in a collision 140 miles additional south in Bedfordshire late on Christmas Eve.
A diversion route was put place following the newest incident in West Yorkshire and Highways England had issued directions for drivers planning to journey within the space.
The company stated the highway was “now absolutely open once more”.
The Bedfordshire crash occurred between Aylesbury and Flitwick on the northbound carriageway at about 11.15pm, and concerned a lot of automobiles.
One other particular person suffered minor accidents, police stated. The girl who died has not been named.
A stretch of the motorway was closed from Tuesday night time till Wednesday morning after the crash close to junction 12.
Bedfordshire Police attended the incident together with members of the ambulance service and hearth brigade.
Police are asking witnesses or anybody with details about the crash to name 101 and quote Operation Granborough.
There was additionally an accident on the southbound carriageway in Hertfordshire, between Luton Airport and Dunstable.
The M1 absolutely reopened in each instructions earlier than 9am on Christmas Day.