Live travel update: A6 car crash awaiting recovery
UPDATED 12pm: Traffic still bad on the A6 after accident.
The road, near Milford, is partially blocked at the Hopping Hill junction, because of an accident involving car that has struck a wall and recovery work.
There are also queues at the temporary lights on St Alkmund's Way.
Updated 11am: The earlier accident on the A4 at Milford, between a VW Golf and a Land Rover Defender, is yet to be cleared.
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The road is now clear but the Golf, which crashed into a wall, is awaiting a recovery truck.
There were no injuries due to the collision.
Updated 10.20am: The earlier delays caused by the accident have now cleared.
There are now problems on the A6 due to a collision on the junction of Hopping Hill.
Updated 8.45am: There are delays and one lane is blocked on the M1 southbound between J29, A617, at Chesterfield, and J28, A38, at Alfreton, because of a six-car accident.
A police spokesman said no-one was injured.
Roadworks on St Alkmund's Way are causing queues stretching back along Duffield Road and towards Friar Gate.
Queues have built along the A38 northbound between the Palm Court and Markeaton islands.
Drivers are also finding congestion on Sir Frank Whittle Road in both directions.
There is heavy traffic on the A453 southbound before Kegworth.
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