There are multiple incidents on the roads in Devon this afternoon.
Devon and Cornwall Police has confirmed there has been crashes on the A30 at Medlon, A377 at Newton St Cyres, A379 at Holcombe and Langlands Road in Cullompton.
The first incident came in at 3.20pm on the A379 and has closed the busy main Teignmouth to Dawlish route in both directions, causing congestion in surrounding roads.
There are unconfirmed reports that the air ambulance is at the scene in the Breackneck Hill area.
The next incident, involving a caravan on the A30, came in at around 3.55pm.
Police have confirmed nobody is reported to be injured at this time.
Traffic and travel system, Inrix, reports the A30 eastbound lane is blocked and traffic is queueing after the caravan overturned just after the B3260 near the Meldon Junction.
Also at 3.55pm, police were called to Langlands Road in Cullompton along with ambulance and fire crews.
Devon and Cornwall Police have said that the ‘incident is ongoing, but the extent of any injuries are not known yet’.
The fourth incident at Newton St Cyres on the A377 was called in at 4.15pm.
Police confirmed the incident involves two vehicles and a man had to be freed from a vehicle by the fire service.
He is not believed to have life-threatening or life-changing injuries, but has been conveyed to hospital.
Highways England have tweeted that a vehicle is on fire on the hard shoulder on the M5 between J27 Tiverton and J26, Wellington.
Stagecoach SouthWest has also confirmed there is only one park and ride service running in Dartmouth due to an incident on one of the coaches.
Normal service is expected to resume in the next 30 minutes.
More information will be added as we get it.
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