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Sussex gripped by snow chaos
Drivers were forced to sleep the night in their cars as Sussex was covered in a blanket of snow.
Heavy snow during rush hour last night left drivers spending the night in their cars on the A23 near Handcross.
Among those trapped included Brighton pop duo Rizzle Kicks and 80s singers Cheryl Baker and Toyah Wilcox.
Drivers said they felt completely abandoned as they spent more than 11 hours trying to commute home.
Motorists were reportedly falling asleep at the wheel as traffic ground to a halt.
British Red Cross teams went to their aid offering blankets, hot drinks and chocolate bars between 1am and 6am.
One couple were particularly distraught at missing their daughter giving birth because they were trapped in the horrific tailbacks.
Snow continues to fall this morning and is expected to continue until at least late afternoon.
Driving conditions continue to be difficult with problems reported on A22 and A259 at East Dean.
Most schools across the county have also been forced to close their doors.
Public transport was left at a standstill although conditions are starting to improve with Brighton and Hove buses now running a limited service.
Southern Rail are also reporting major delays on their services.
For up-to-the-minute updates follow The Argus live snow blog.
If you have any stories, pictures or updates on what the transport situation is like in your area contact Neil Vowles on 01273 544530 or email email@example.com.
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