‘I was get­tIng My In­for­Ma­tIon froM Ken­ton­lIne’

Kentish Express Ashford & District - - Charity Show -

A psy­chi­atric nurse from Hert­ford­shire, said he was stuck in the traf­fic for more than three hours.

Derek Beach, 40, said: “I was on my way back home to pick my kids up af­ter drop­ping some­thing in Ash­ford.

“I came on at junction 10 and got stuck about 150 yards af­ter that.

“There were some traf­fic war­dens wan­der­ing around but we weren’t told any­thing about what’s go­ing on or how long any­thing was go­ing to take. I was just get­ting my in­for­ma­tion from Ken­tOn­line.

“Peo­ple were get­ting out of their cars and wan­der­ing around.

“I saw one woman with a baby in her arms try­ing to find some­one with jump leads be­cause her car had bro­ken down. It was may­hem.

“I hope the guy in the lorry is okay, it looked quite bad.”

Newspapers in English

Newspapers from UK

© PressReader. All rights reserved.