A man was taken to a London hospital with serious injuries after falling from the M25 bridge on Thursday morning.
A large emergency response, including an ambulance, responded near Junction 25. Essex Around 3:30 am, there were reports of a person falling while the highway was closed for four hours.
A man in his 50s was found in the driveway with serious injuries. He was taken to the Royal London Hospital in Whitechapel, the East of England Ambulance Services Trust said.
The Metropolitan Police Department was called to the scene for a “report of a person injured in the counterclockwise driveway.”
“The man suffered injuries consistent with a fall from height and was taken to hospital,” an army spokesman said. “We are awaiting updates on his condition.”
A spokesperson for the East of England Ambulance Services NHS Trust said: ”
The highway reopened around 7:30 am.
At approximately 8:45 am, the M25 Slip Road at Junction 25 and the A10 roundabout near Waltham Cross and Enfield remained closed as police continued to investigate.
At about 7:30 am, State Highways warned drivers that there was a “long delay of at least 60 minutes” remaining between Junction 28 near Brentwood, Essex and Junction 27 near Epping.
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