Video: Witnesses and crash victims describe scene 'like a war zone'
'At first I thought there was no danger, but then it clicked that everything behind was ploughing in to one another. It was awful'
Thursday 05 September 2013
Eyewitnesses describe the Kent pile-up involving more than 130 vehicles in thick fog this morning.
Around 200 people were hurt, and police said it was "truly miraculous" that no one was killed.
The accident began at 7.15am and continued for 10 minutes as cars and lorries crashed into each other.
Chief Inspector Andy Reeves, from Kent Police, said: "It is truly miraculous. Looking at the extent of the incident, the number of vehicles and people involved, the damage to some of those vehicles, I think we're all very fortunate there were no fatalities."
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