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Parents warned of long bus delays from multiple Greater Manchester schools after M60 crash chaos

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Parents have been warned of long delays on bus services picking up students at Greater Manchester high schools after a crash on the M60 caused travel chaos.

The collision, on the anticlockwise carriageway before J20 for A664 Manchester New Road, Higher Blackley, forced police to close off multiple lanes, with long delays and tailbacks to J22 for Failsworth.

The Bee Network issued a message on social media on Wednesday afternoon saying that a number of bus services picking up from schools in the area were also caught up in the traffic. READ MORE Major manhunt underway in Manchester as police say call them if you see this man A post on X read: "Due to an road traffic collision on the M60 delays are impacting school bus services for the following: Unsworth Academy, Derby High school, St Catherines, St Peters and St James.

Lowton, Hope Academy and Bury College. Schools have been made aware of the delay." All traffic was initially stopped for around 30 minutes after the crash.

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