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Traffic is heavy on the Monash Freeway following an earlier crash.
Three inbound lanes have been closed on the freeway at Burke Rd due to a collision.
VicRoads Incident Response Service and emergency services are on site.
VicRoads advises traffic is heavy on the approach and asks that motorists allow extra travel time.
Alternative routes, such as the Princes Highway, are recommended.
VicRoads reminds motorists they must not exceed 40km/h when passing emergency vehicles attending an emergency.
For the latest traffic conditions in the area visit: https://traffic.vicroads.vic.gov.au/incidents/2472458.
 

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