Traffic update: Five car accident on A52 causing delays
6.43pm - A FIVE car accident on the A52 close to the Pentagon Island is causing delays in the area.
The accident is believed to be have been caused after vehicles were attempting to manoeuver around a broken down Mini.
There were only minor injuries as a result of the crash and recovery of vehicles is expected to take place in the next 15 minutes.
5.30pm - There is slow moving traffic northbound on the A38 between the Palm Court Island and the Little Eaton Island.
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There are no accidents however traffic is slow on the approach to the island.
There are also very slow traffic between Clay Mills and Toyota Island northbound.
And there is usual slow traffic on Sir Frank Whittle Way between Mansfield Road and Little Eaton Island.
4.00pm - There is slow traffic on the A52 into Derby caused by roadworks leading to the Markeaton Island.
And the ongoing works on St Alkmund's Way are also causing problems both ways on the A6 King Street.
The M1 is moving well at all the Derby turn-offs.
Trent Barton buses are running on normal routes as the snow has melted with only Middleton not being served at the moment.
East Midlands Trains between Derby and Crewe have been delayed after a person was hit by a train at Stoke.
East Midlands airport is working well.
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