The clean up is complete after a lorry shed its load of concrete barriers on the M6 .
Long queues had built up from the block on the motorway southbound between junctions 19 and 18, but traffic is now flowing freely.
Emergency services were first called out about 6.30am on Thursday (April 13).
Two lanes were shut between Knutsford and Middlewich to allow for the concrete to be moved, which has included the use of a crane.
The tailback heading towards Birmingham stretched back to J20, the exchange with the M56.
Today is the last working day before the Easter weekend.
North West Motorway Police confirmed that no-one has been injured in the incident. They say the driver of the HGV is safe and well.
There were long delays on the M6 earlier this week after a double-decker bus went up in flames near J17.
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