Motorists in Farnborough and Frimley faced delays on Tuesday (July 26) morning after a household waste lorry overturned.

The lorry overturned at around 6.15am at the roundabout near Farnborough Gate.

In the process, it spilt household waste over the grass verges.

One appliance from Rushmoor fire station was deployed at 6.17am for scene safety.

A household waste lorry overturned in Farnborough, spilling contents over the grass verges

There were reports of queuing traffic along the Farnborough Road in Frimley and onto the A331 Blackwater Valley route.

Congestion also extended to Hawley Lane and into Farnborough Gate retail park.

A spokesman from Hampshire Police said: "We were called at 6.19am to reports of an overturned HGV lorry at the Farnborough Gate Retail Park.

"The male driver suffered a minor injury and was treated by paramedics at the scene."

The vehicle is currently waiting to be recovered.

There has been a long line of collisions involving articulated vehicles and immovable objects in Surrey.

Get Surrey has looked back at almost a dozen examples of HGV drivers getting themselves in a bit of a pickle.

We highlighted 11 moments when deciding to carry on driving was quickly followed by the word 'whoops'.

In one recent incident, a coach became wedged across the entire width of the road in Guildford.

After taking a wrong turn into Mountside rather than The Mount, the coach driver then tried an elaborate manoeuvre to escape - but to no avail.

Thankfully, a recovery truck managed to drag the coach out of its predicament.

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