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Queues for KFC bring part of Inverness city street to a halt as Highland fast food fans seek their chicken fix

By Louise Glen

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Traffic on Millburn Road as KFC opens..Picture:HNM.
Traffic on Millburn Road as KFC opens..Picture:HNM.

Fans of fast food have caused long tailbacks outside KFC in Inverness after motorists flocked to the eatery.

The takeaway on Millburn Road, that reopened earlier yesterday, has seen droves of people join a long queue for some of the Colonel's chicken.

KFC had been closed since March.

Shocked motorists said drivers were so set on getting some take away food, that they were being inconsiderate to other road users, including ambulances.

On social media one woman said: "The queue for KFC, nice one, what a way to block a main route to the hospital for ambulances and other vehicles, also blocking the way for all other emergency services."

Another said: "The queue was all the way back to past the roundabout, and was completely blocking the road. It is only chicken, not worth risking a life over guys!"

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