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Smart motorway ‘computer glitch’ led to terrifying six-car pile-up on M6 after ENTIRE safety system shut down in a ‘catastrophic failure’, insider claims

A ‘computer glitch’ led to a terrifying six-car pile-up on the M6 after the safety system shut down in a ‘catastrophic failure’, insiders have claimed.

A car was left like a ‘sitting duck’ after breaking down on a lane on the southbound M6 on Jan 19, leaving the vehicle stranded on an inside lane which used to be a hard shoulder.

In the bombshell revelation, a whistleblower claimed that the National Highways’ systems ‘crashed’, disabling radar technology that could pick up the broken down vehicle in the life-threatening incident which lasted for three hours.

The car was unable to move to the emergency refuge area and was hit by vehicles between junctions 3A and 3 near Coventry, The Daily Telegraph reported.

Those involved in the collision suffered minor injuries, with the whistleblower describing the fact that no one died as ‘pure luck’.

Control centres across England were offline, with just the South East and East remaining in action.

Due to the glitch, control room staff were unable to close lanes to traffic, set speed limits and electronic signs or use CCTV cameras.

The anonymous insider told The Daily Telegraph: ‘We had no stopped vehicle detection systems, no CCTV and no control of signals and signs.

‘The fact no one was killed is pure luck.

‘Thankfully, God was watching over them, because we certainly weren’t.’

Read more: Smart motorway ‘computer glitch’ led to terrifying six-car pile-up on M6 after ENTIRE safety system shut down in a ‘catastrophic failure’, insider claims

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