Stranded driver gets out of his car just feet away from motorway traffic and moves roadworks cones

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A bronze BMW driver reversed 54 yards down a slip road near junction 10 on the M20 near Ashton, Kent. He got out of his car and moved the cones out of his path as traffic rushed past him at 50mph.
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