A lorry overturned and brought widespread disruption to road users in Esher on Monday (November 11).

Surrey Road Policing Unit (RPU) and Surrey Fire and Rescue Service (SFRS) both sent response teams to deal with the incident, which occurred at the Scilly Isles Junction (A307/A309) between Esher and Hinchley Wood stations.

Images of the scene showed a heavy goods vehicle on its side, spilling its load onto the road and blocking a lane on the busy roundabout.

Surrey RPU warned road users to expect delays in the area.

"Currently dealing with an overturned lorry on the A307/A309 Scilly Isles.

"The recovery will likely cause severe delays so please try to plan ahead to avoid the area is possible," a spokesperson said.

Meanwhile, SFRS confirmed their presence at the scene over safety concerns.

"Fire crew in attendance at an overturned lorry on the Scilly Isles roundabout in Esher, assisting to make the scene safe," SFRS said on Twitter.