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Drivers stranded on the A23, A27 and A259, buses and cars stranded across Brighton and Hove and motorists forced to sleep in their cars.
- Thousands of people were stranded in the snow.
- Hundreds of cars were abandoned.
- Emergency services were called to 2,500 incidents and there were more than 200 road accidents.
- Drivers were trapped for more than 12 hours.
- But transport bosses say they did their best.
See tomorrow’s Argus for our unrivalled coverage of Sussex’s March snow chaos.
Our team has been working tirelessly despite the weather to bring you all the news from the county’s roads, explain what happened to the gritters and tell you the stories of motorists who were stranded for hours.
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