BBC News - Snow causes more transport disruption across England
2 December 2010 Last updated at 05:41 ET
Snow causes more transport disruption across England
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Rail, road and air passengers in England face another day of disruption because of heavy snowfall.
Hundreds of rail passengers in West Sussex spent the night on a train following line failures and more than 100 drivers in South Yorkshire were stranded for a second night.
Gatwick Airport had hoped to open on Thursday but will now remain closed until at least 0600 GMT on Friday.
Transport Secretary Philip Hammond has announced a review into the chaos.
The Met Office has issued heavy snow warnings
for Yorkshire and Humber, north-east and south-west England, the East, East Midlands, London and the South East.
One of the worst-affected areas is South Yorkshire, where snowfall of up to 30cm (12in) has brought parts of the county to a standstill.
Three hundred rail passengers spent the night in a train at Three Bridges station in West Sussex after a series of line failures stalled three trains.
They waited on the platform for about an hour before getting on a heated train, where food and drink from all-night garages was provided by station workers.
Stranded drivers All passengers had left the Southern train - on buses, taxis and a separate train - by 0515 GMT on Thursday.
"It was an absolute nightmare," said passenger Rebecca Forsey.
"We had to wait around for several hours in the cold on a freezing platform. We finally got something to eat at 4am, so that's good."