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More misery for commuters as crash causes huge tailbacks on A27
5:56pm Tuesday 26th February 2013 in News
Commuters faced a second day of misery as a crash left huge tailbacks on the A27 this evening.
The four vehicle pile-up near Middle Farm happened at about 4.50pm.
Two people had to be cut free by firefighters from a Ford Fiesta involved in the incident.
Police closed the road in both directions while the jaws of life were used, resulting in major delays for the second day running along that stretch of highway.
Just yesterday a collision saw queues of 15 minutes, combined with other delays in the county.
This evening motorists were queuing for more than 40 minutes with 10 miles of traffic while other roads such as the A22 were also affected.
South East Coast Ambulance Service confirmed two people were taken to hospital with neck and lower back injuries following the accident.
Another two were taken to hospital with minor injuries.
The road has since been reopened but there are still large queues in both directions as people try to make their way home.
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