Motorists were stuck in queues of traffic after a crash at Switch Island.
A photo taken at the scene and shared with the ECHO, appears to show a van positioned across three lanes of the junction.
This morning, traffic and travel monitoring website Inrix warned drivers Dunnings Bridge Road (northbound) was partially blocked as a result of the crash.
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However the incident appears to have been cleared.
One eye-witness wrote on Facebook: “I’ve just driven past this, looked pretty shocking – hope other than shock everyone is okay.
“[The junction] is daft sometimes, how are the emergency services supposed to get there quickly and safely?”
Another said: “I hate this junction. Hope everyone is okay.”
One woman told the ECHO she had been in queuing traffic for more than 45 minutes.
The busy junction is used by thousands of motorists each day.
It is not yet known if emergency services attended Switch Island. Merseyside Police and North West Ambulance Service have both been approached for comment.
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