A HORROR crash blocked part of a sliproad onto the M40 this afternoon.

In the collision, a silver hatchback appears to have rammed into the back of a line of three other cars in front.

The force of the impact was enough to push one car beneath another, lifting it up in the air.

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Sharing this image on Twitter, Thames Valley Police said the crash happened on the northbound entry slip road at Beaconsfield, heading towards Oxford, and reduced the carriageway to single-lane traffic.

The force also that, amazingly, no one had been hurt in the incident.

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It is the latest in a string of incidents on the M40.

On Monday afternoon drivers caught dashcam footage of a woman in her 80s driving the wrong way down the motorway in South Oxfordshire near Wheatley.

She has since handed in her licence to police.

That footage had worrying echoes of an incident in October, where a driver in his 80s drove the wrong way down the M40 at the same point causing a horror crash in which he, his passenger and another driver were all killed.

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