A person has been taken to hospital after a Ford Fiesta was left on its roof in a motorway crash.

Crews from four Herts Fire and Rescue engines “found one car on its roof” after being called to the M25 anticlockwise, between junctions 22 and 21A, at around 8.40am this morning (June 19).

Although a rescue support unit was sent to the scene, no one was trapped and so firefighters provided "trauma care" until the ambulance arrived.

Once they arrived the East of England Ambulance Service took one person to hospital while another was given first aid at the scene.

According to Hertfordshire Constabulary, a lorry and a Ford Fiesta were involved in the crash and it was the car that overturned.

Two lanes were shut between around 9am and around 10am as the vehicles were recovered.

There were long delays for motorists using the road at around 9.30am, according to National Highways.

Firefighters left the scene shortly before 9:30am.

Update: The East of England Ambulance Service confirmed it was called at 8.39am.

One person was taken to Watford General Hospital "for further care".