A DRIVER has been arrested after a multi-vehicle crash on the M5.

The 26-year-old man from Norfolk had driven into the central reservation on the M5 northbound at junction 10 for Cheltenham.

A second vehicle then crashed into the car.

No one was injured but there was significant damage.

A spokesperson for Gloucestershire Constabulary said:  "We were called shortly after 5am this morning (Thursday 25 January) with a report of a collision on the M5 northbound at junction 10 for Cheltenham.

"It was reported that a car had collided with the central reservation causing significant damage.

"The occupant of the car was uninjured but was arrested after providing a positive roadside breath test. A 26-year-old man from Norfolk remains in police custody at this time.

"It was also reported that a second vehicle had collided with the first car. The occupant of this car was also uninjured."