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Sheppey crash: Pile-up drivers speak of ordeal

5 September 2013 Last updated at 20:37 BST

People who escaped unharmed from a pile-up on the Sheppey crossing in Kent have spoken to the BBC about their ordeal.

Sixty people were injured as more than 130 vehicles were involved in a series of crashes in thick fog on the Sheppey crossing in Kent.

Nineteen-year-old-year-old Jaime Emmett called her mother who rushed to the scene, while an appeal went out online to find Boycie the dog after his owner was taken to hospital.

BBC South East's Alex Beard reports.

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