Huge M23 police response as 'Hells Angels bikers pulled over'

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Hells Angels Motorcycle Club bikers have reportedly been stopped by Sussex Police on the M23

There was queuing traffic on the M23 near Crawley because of a police incident this afternoon (May 31).

The exit slip road at junction 10 Copthorne Way on the southbound carriageway was shut by officers shortly after 5pm.

An eyewitness said earlier: "Avoid the roundabout Crawley/East Grinstead.

"Loads of police pulled over some Hells Angels motorbikes."

Highways England confirmed the slip road at junction 10 was closed due to a "police incident".

It has since reopened and delays are starting to clear.

Sussex Police has been contacted for more information.

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  • Updated18:25, 31 MAY 2019

A huge number of police officers have reportedly stopped Hells Angels bikers

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