Stuck in traffic

21st September 2007 at 01:00
Schools in Newport were thrown into chaos on Monday after teaching staff were caught in seven-mile tailbacks. This followed a serious road accident in the early hours of the morning on the M4 which left five people dead. Steve Marshall, head of the city's St Julian's Comprehensive School, said: "About a quarter of our staff were stuck in traffic. We were quite badly affected and just about managed to get all classes covered."

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