Long road delays expected over record-breaking bank holiday

Long road delays expected over record-breaking bank holiday

The AA estimates that 13 million drivers will be on the roads as record numbers of visitors stay in UK for long weekend

Long delays and tailbacks are expected on the motorways as millions of Britons travel around the UK and head abroad for the three-day bank holiday weekend.

An estimated 13 million drivers will have taken to the road for a holiday or an outing between Friday and Monday, according to the AA.

On scene of an RTC on the M20 j4 following bridge collapse. Currently dealing with one patient.

#M20 Pedestrian Bridge collapse pic from @RobynTaylor94 #HeartNews pic.twitter.com/gNl5Y2Vgo9

Looking v serious. BRidge collapse on #M20 #road #traffic pic.twitter.com/lUEVzPUobB

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Source: Guardian Transport

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