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Some frustrated drivers abandoned their cars and headed to the nearest service stations and pubs in search of subsistence, as Manchester United fans battle to get to the 3pm game against Southampton in time.The northbound carriageway was re-opened at 1.40pm, while southbound motorists have only just started moving with the road re-opening at 3.20pm.There are other people driving on the hard shoulder trying to get out.It's a really hot day and no one has told us anything.'During the four hours they had been in the traffic, Ms Cameron said she had moved just 600 meters.
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