Drivers trying to cross into France from the port of Dover in southeast England faced major delays on Saturday because of heightened French security checks. According to local media, passengers were being forced to wait for up to seven hours before they could get on to a ferry to make their journey across the English Channel. The security delays are slowing travel at the peak of the summer vacation season, when many British families travel to Europe by car. French authorities have ramped up security measures after the recent attack in Nice that killed at least 84.
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