WOODFORD GRN: Car crashes into tree

WOODFORD GRN: Car crashes into tree

WOODFORD GRN: Car crashes into tree

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A DRIVER had a lucky escape when his car veered off a busy road and into a tree.

The silver Mitsubishi Colt was travelling down Broadmead Road, Woodford Green, at around 3pm yesterday when he lost control and slammed into the broad oak.

Ilford Police Inspector Martin Allen said: "At 3.06pm police were called to a road traffic collision in Broadmead Road, Woodford Green, where a vehicle had collided with a tree.

"The driver of the vehicle was located and the vehicle removed. No injuries were sustained by any person and no other vehicles were involved.

"The exact cause of the collision is currently being investigated, there are no criminal offences appparent at this time"

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2:03pm Thu 25 Jun 09

Fresh Gravee says...

I hope she was safe and well.
I hope she was safe and well. Fresh Gravee
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3:38pm Thu 25 Jun 09

Heartly says...

Who? which woman are we talking about here?
Who? which woman are we talking about here? Heartly
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7:38pm Thu 25 Jun 09

Redbridge Bill says...

Lost control? If the victim of this crash cannot drive in the carriageway maybe he should be obliged to re-take his driving test before being allowed on the roads again.
Lost control? If the victim of this crash cannot drive in the carriageway maybe he should be obliged to re-take his driving test before being allowed on the roads again. Redbridge Bill
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8:08pm Thu 25 Jun 09

Fresh Gravee says...

Heartly wrote:
Who? which woman are we talking about here?
Sorry, I just read it again and saw it was a man, the way it was described thought it was a lady driving, sorry
[quote][p][bold]Heartly[/bold] wrote: Who? which woman are we talking about here?[/p][/quote]Sorry, I just read it again and saw it was a man, the way it was described thought it was a lady driving, sorry Fresh Gravee
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10:19am Fri 26 Jun 09

NO BS HERE says...

i believe the sensible thing here is to , have at least 15 chicanes every 10 metres , and speed humps every other 5 metres, plus another 6 sets of traffic lights and maybe a set of width restrictions too
i believe the sensible thing here is to , have at least 15 chicanes every 10 metres , and speed humps every other 5 metres, plus another 6 sets of traffic lights and maybe a set of width restrictions too NO BS HERE
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11:51am Fri 26 Jun 09

The guv says...

Typical as this is car crime so to speak look in the back ground two plastic police officers. had it been a real crime they would of taken 48 hours to turn up. Freah Gravee love the comment made me chuckle loads
Typical as this is car crime so to speak look in the back ground two plastic police officers. had it been a real crime they would of taken 48 hours to turn up. Freah Gravee love the comment made me chuckle loads The guv
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3:46pm Fri 26 Jun 09

Fresh Gravee says...

NO BS HERE wrote:
i believe the sensible thing here is to , have at least 15 chicanes every 10 metres , and speed humps every other 5 metres, plus another 6 sets of traffic lights and maybe a set of width restrictions too
Bit excessive?
[quote][p][bold]NO BS HERE[/bold] wrote: i believe the sensible thing here is to , have at least 15 chicanes every 10 metres , and speed humps every other 5 metres, plus another 6 sets of traffic lights and maybe a set of width restrictions too [/p][/quote]Bit excessive? Fresh Gravee
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