More than 70 environmental protesters were arrested after blocking traffic on the busiest highway from Great Britain for the second time in tkings days.
Insulate Britain activists staged the protest across multiple sections of the M25 in London pendant morning rush hour Wednesday, causing long delays.
A 50-year-old woman was airlifted to hospital with serious injuries after a multi-vehicle collision near one of the protests. It is not known what caused the crash.
Police said 71 people were arrested during the action. It arrived two days later 92 protesters arrested for obstructing vehicles on some of the busiest roads in South East Angleland.
Isolate Britain, which calls on the government to isolate the country 's social housing by 2025, said 89 of its members had blocked traffic for the second time this week.
Motorists could be seen pleading with the activists to clear the road near junction 23, where two networks vital drivers meet.
In a statement, Insulate Britain said drivers were right to be angry but would continue direct action until 'for the government to commit to greater action on the climate emergency.
He said: "We will continue until what the government responds to. Until he overcomes his complacency and cowardice and fulfills his first and most sacred duty: to protect the people of this land from evil.
" All we ask, it is for him to make a public statement that we can trust - which commits to the first step, to start insulating our homes. As soon as that happens, we will be off the roads.
The group previously said its requests were hand-delivered to 10 Downing Street on August 21, 2021, but so far the government had not responded.
Surrey Police said they had made 32 arrests; 21 people were arrested by Kent police; and 18 others were detained by Hertfordshire Police at around 1 p.m. Wednesday.
Some of the activists involved in Wednesday's protest were the same people arrested after the Monday's action, LBC reported.
The footage showed protesters wearing hi-vis jackets sitting on the highway with signs reading "diceole for the disturbance "and" please turn off your engines ", while some motorists shouted name names at them.
A female driver told reporters she was on her way to pick up her grandchild because her daughter was in labor, while another shouted that the protesters "should be shot ".
During a demonstration by the same group on Monday, five intersections of the M25 were blocked, resulting in tens of thousands of drivers being stranded in huge queues of traffic.