UPDATE: Young woman injured in Talbot Avenue crash

Bournemouth Echo: Young woman injured in Talbot Avenue crash Young woman injured in Talbot Avenue crash

A YOUNG woman injured in a crash in Talbot Avenue this evening has been taken to Poole Hospital.

Her condition is currently being assessed by medical professionals and no details about the seriousness of her injuries have been given.

The female pedestrian was in collision with a silver Ford Fusion at around 5.25pm and was taken to hospital by land ambulance.

The road was closed between the Talbot and Boundary roundabouts causing long delays. It was re-opened at 7.39pm.

At 9.30pm a Dorset police spokesperson said the casualty had received injuries, which were non life-threatening and non life-changing.

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6:03pm Tue 17 Dec 13

Huey says...

Ah so that's why it took me and thousands of others so long to get home.
Ah so that's why it took me and thousands of others so long to get home. Huey

6:17pm Tue 17 Dec 13

sprintervanman says...

Huey wrote:
Ah so that's why it took me and thousands of others so long to get home.
Would rather sit for a while in standing traffic knowing that an RTA is being dealt with ensuring those involved are receiving the best possible care than worrying about the clock ticking.Could be me or you one day.
[quote][p][bold]Huey[/bold] wrote: Ah so that's why it took me and thousands of others so long to get home.[/p][/quote]Would rather sit for a while in standing traffic knowing that an RTA is being dealt with ensuring those involved are receiving the best possible care than worrying about the clock ticking.Could be me or you one day. sprintervanman

6:59pm Tue 17 Dec 13

Huey says...

sprintervanman wrote:
Huey wrote:
Ah so that's why it took me and thousands of others so long to get home.
Would rather sit for a while in standing traffic knowing that an RTA is being dealt with ensuring those involved are receiving the best possible care than worrying about the clock ticking.Could be me or you one day.
Probably will be given the appalling standards of driving I see, and the all the accidents that appear in the echo every day.
[quote][p][bold]sprintervanman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Huey[/bold] wrote: Ah so that's why it took me and thousands of others so long to get home.[/p][/quote]Would rather sit for a while in standing traffic knowing that an RTA is being dealt with ensuring those involved are receiving the best possible care than worrying about the clock ticking.Could be me or you one day.[/p][/quote]Probably will be given the appalling standards of driving I see, and the all the accidents that appear in the echo every day. Huey

7:13pm Tue 17 Dec 13

sprintervanman says...

Huey wrote:
sprintervanman wrote:
Huey wrote:
Ah so that's why it took me and thousands of others so long to get home.
Would rather sit for a while in standing traffic knowing that an RTA is being dealt with ensuring those involved are receiving the best possible care than worrying about the clock ticking.Could be me or you one day.
Probably will be given the appalling standards of driving I see, and the all the accidents that appear in the echo every day.
Hopefully not.Bournemouth has it's fair share of bumps and scrapes but to be fair when you look at the traffic use for our busy and narrow road system we don't do to bad.There are the 'rat runs' of cause that become gridlocked during peak times but they tend to be used by the same people everyday so there is no excuse for impatience when we all know what a certain road will be like at peak hours.
[quote][p][bold]Huey[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sprintervanman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Huey[/bold] wrote: Ah so that's why it took me and thousands of others so long to get home.[/p][/quote]Would rather sit for a while in standing traffic knowing that an RTA is being dealt with ensuring those involved are receiving the best possible care than worrying about the clock ticking.Could be me or you one day.[/p][/quote]Probably will be given the appalling standards of driving I see, and the all the accidents that appear in the echo every day.[/p][/quote]Hopefully not.Bournemouth has it's fair share of bumps and scrapes but to be fair when you look at the traffic use for our busy and narrow road system we don't do to bad.There are the 'rat runs' of cause that become gridlocked during peak times but they tend to be used by the same people everyday so there is no excuse for impatience when we all know what a certain road will be like at peak hours. sprintervanman

7:32pm Tue 17 Dec 13

Townee says...

Still don't understand why the road was still closed after the young lady was taken to hospital. Usually the road is only closed if someone is killed but now the police close the road for any reason.
I hope the young lady will be fine for Christmas.
Still don't understand why the road was still closed after the young lady was taken to hospital. Usually the road is only closed if someone is killed but now the police close the road for any reason. I hope the young lady will be fine for Christmas. Townee

7:36pm Tue 17 Dec 13

grahamfoster says...

Huey wrote:
Ah so that's why it took me and thousands of others so long to get home.
What a selfish post! imagine if that was one of your family
[quote][p][bold]Huey[/bold] wrote: Ah so that's why it took me and thousands of others so long to get home.[/p][/quote]What a selfish post! imagine if that was one of your family grahamfoster

7:50pm Tue 17 Dec 13

Huey says...

grahamfoster wrote:
Huey wrote:
Ah so that's why it took me and thousands of others so long to get home.
What a selfish post! imagine if that was one of your family
I'd be stuck in gridlock trying to get to the hospital.
Not reading posts on here.
[quote][p][bold]grahamfoster[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Huey[/bold] wrote: Ah so that's why it took me and thousands of others so long to get home.[/p][/quote]What a selfish post! imagine if that was one of your family[/p][/quote]I'd be stuck in gridlock trying to get to the hospital. Not reading posts on here. Huey

8:22pm Tue 17 Dec 13

High Treason says...

Townee wrote:
Still don't understand why the road was still closed after the young lady was taken to hospital. Usually the road is only closed if someone is killed but now the police close the road for any reason.
I hope the young lady will be fine for Christmas.
They have to do markings and measurements to establish how the accident happened, it takes time. The injuries maybe serious and who is at fault is a major factor if there is an insurance claim or prosecution.
[quote][p][bold]Townee[/bold] wrote: Still don't understand why the road was still closed after the young lady was taken to hospital. Usually the road is only closed if someone is killed but now the police close the road for any reason. I hope the young lady will be fine for Christmas.[/p][/quote]They have to do markings and measurements to establish how the accident happened, it takes time. The injuries maybe serious and who is at fault is a major factor if there is an insurance claim or prosecution. High Treason

8:27pm Tue 17 Dec 13

Huey says...

sprintervanman wrote:
Huey wrote:
sprintervanman wrote:
Huey wrote:
Ah so that's why it took me and thousands of others so long to get home.
Would rather sit for a while in standing traffic knowing that an RTA is being dealt with ensuring those involved are receiving the best possible care than worrying about the clock ticking.Could be me or you one day.
Probably will be given the appalling standards of driving I see, and the all the accidents that appear in the echo every day.
Hopefully not.Bournemouth has it's fair share of bumps and scrapes but to be fair when you look at the traffic use for our busy and narrow road system we don't do to bad.There are the 'rat runs' of cause that become gridlocked during peak times but they tend to be used by the same people everyday so there is no excuse for impatience when we all know what a certain road will be like at peak hours.
Don't do too bad?
If you read the echo or drive much, you'd realise dorset is one of the worst counties in the uk for car accidents, with most of them happening in Bournemouth and Poole.
Still, only 28 or is it 29 dead this year.
Not bad eh?
[quote][p][bold]sprintervanman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Huey[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sprintervanman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Huey[/bold] wrote: Ah so that's why it took me and thousands of others so long to get home.[/p][/quote]Would rather sit for a while in standing traffic knowing that an RTA is being dealt with ensuring those involved are receiving the best possible care than worrying about the clock ticking.Could be me or you one day.[/p][/quote]Probably will be given the appalling standards of driving I see, and the all the accidents that appear in the echo every day.[/p][/quote]Hopefully not.Bournemouth has it's fair share of bumps and scrapes but to be fair when you look at the traffic use for our busy and narrow road system we don't do to bad.There are the 'rat runs' of cause that become gridlocked during peak times but they tend to be used by the same people everyday so there is no excuse for impatience when we all know what a certain road will be like at peak hours.[/p][/quote]Don't do too bad? If you read the echo or drive much, you'd realise dorset is one of the worst counties in the uk for car accidents, with most of them happening in Bournemouth and Poole. Still, only 28 or is it 29 dead this year. Not bad eh? Huey

8:56pm Tue 17 Dec 13

dorsetspeed says...

What we really need is the police to work a bit more on accident prevention, rather than accident investigation after the accidents have happened.
What we really need is the police to work a bit more on accident prevention, rather than accident investigation after the accidents have happened. dorsetspeed

9:09pm Tue 17 Dec 13

sprintervanman says...

Huey wrote:
sprintervanman wrote:
Huey wrote:
sprintervanman wrote:
Huey wrote:
Ah so that's why it took me and thousands of others so long to get home.
Would rather sit for a while in standing traffic knowing that an RTA is being dealt with ensuring those involved are receiving the best possible care than worrying about the clock ticking.Could be me or you one day.
Probably will be given the appalling standards of driving I see, and the all the accidents that appear in the echo every day.
Hopefully not.Bournemouth has it's fair share of bumps and scrapes but to be fair when you look at the traffic use for our busy and narrow road system we don't do to bad.There are the 'rat runs' of cause that become gridlocked during peak times but they tend to be used by the same people everyday so there is no excuse for impatience when we all know what a certain road will be like at peak hours.
Don't do too bad?
If you read the echo or drive much, you'd realise dorset is one of the worst counties in the uk for car accidents, with most of them happening in Bournemouth and Poole.
Still, only 28 or is it 29 dead this year.
Not bad eh?
do I drive much Huey.....Bournemouth to Scotland 4 times a week so to be fair I am lacking in the milage experience on Uk roads.The County of Dorset is slightly larger than Bournemouth itself and as it is Bournemouth I refer to as does this news article I guess we know who is clutching at straws here.
[quote][p][bold]Huey[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sprintervanman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Huey[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sprintervanman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Huey[/bold] wrote: Ah so that's why it took me and thousands of others so long to get home.[/p][/quote]Would rather sit for a while in standing traffic knowing that an RTA is being dealt with ensuring those involved are receiving the best possible care than worrying about the clock ticking.Could be me or you one day.[/p][/quote]Probably will be given the appalling standards of driving I see, and the all the accidents that appear in the echo every day.[/p][/quote]Hopefully not.Bournemouth has it's fair share of bumps and scrapes but to be fair when you look at the traffic use for our busy and narrow road system we don't do to bad.There are the 'rat runs' of cause that become gridlocked during peak times but they tend to be used by the same people everyday so there is no excuse for impatience when we all know what a certain road will be like at peak hours.[/p][/quote]Don't do too bad? If you read the echo or drive much, you'd realise dorset is one of the worst counties in the uk for car accidents, with most of them happening in Bournemouth and Poole. Still, only 28 or is it 29 dead this year. Not bad eh?[/p][/quote]do I drive much Huey.....Bournemouth to Scotland 4 times a week so to be fair I am lacking in the milage experience on Uk roads.The County of Dorset is slightly larger than Bournemouth itself and as it is Bournemouth I refer to as does this news article I guess we know who is clutching at straws here. sprintervanman

9:21pm Tue 17 Dec 13

Huey says...

sprintervanman wrote:
Huey wrote:
sprintervanman wrote:
Huey wrote:
sprintervanman wrote:
Huey wrote:
Ah so that's why it took me and thousands of others so long to get home.
Would rather sit for a while in standing traffic knowing that an RTA is being dealt with ensuring those involved are receiving the best possible care than worrying about the clock ticking.Could be me or you one day.
Probably will be given the appalling standards of driving I see, and the all the accidents that appear in the echo every day.
Hopefully not.Bournemouth has it's fair share of bumps and scrapes but to be fair when you look at the traffic use for our busy and narrow road system we don't do to bad.There are the 'rat runs' of cause that become gridlocked during peak times but they tend to be used by the same people everyday so there is no excuse for impatience when we all know what a certain road will be like at peak hours.
Don't do too bad?
If you read the echo or drive much, you'd realise dorset is one of the worst counties in the uk for car accidents, with most of them happening in Bournemouth and Poole.
Still, only 28 or is it 29 dead this year.
Not bad eh?
do I drive much Huey.....Bournemouth to Scotland 4 times a week so to be fair I am lacking in the milage experience on Uk roads.The County of Dorset is slightly larger than Bournemouth itself and as it is Bournemouth I refer to as does this news article I guess we know who is clutching at straws here.
Check the latest headline and then see who is clutching at straws.
[quote][p][bold]sprintervanman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Huey[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sprintervanman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Huey[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sprintervanman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Huey[/bold] wrote: Ah so that's why it took me and thousands of others so long to get home.[/p][/quote]Would rather sit for a while in standing traffic knowing that an RTA is being dealt with ensuring those involved are receiving the best possible care than worrying about the clock ticking.Could be me or you one day.[/p][/quote]Probably will be given the appalling standards of driving I see, and the all the accidents that appear in the echo every day.[/p][/quote]Hopefully not.Bournemouth has it's fair share of bumps and scrapes but to be fair when you look at the traffic use for our busy and narrow road system we don't do to bad.There are the 'rat runs' of cause that become gridlocked during peak times but they tend to be used by the same people everyday so there is no excuse for impatience when we all know what a certain road will be like at peak hours.[/p][/quote]Don't do too bad? If you read the echo or drive much, you'd realise dorset is one of the worst counties in the uk for car accidents, with most of them happening in Bournemouth and Poole. Still, only 28 or is it 29 dead this year. Not bad eh?[/p][/quote]do I drive much Huey.....Bournemouth to Scotland 4 times a week so to be fair I am lacking in the milage experience on Uk roads.The County of Dorset is slightly larger than Bournemouth itself and as it is Bournemouth I refer to as does this news article I guess we know who is clutching at straws here.[/p][/quote]Check the latest headline and then see who is clutching at straws. Huey

10:40pm Tue 17 Dec 13

kirsty365 says...

Do people really need to take an opportunity to argue on here? its innapriopriate. yes, the traffic was bad but I drove past the girl sprawled on the road and saw the state of the car that hit her. poor thing is lucky to have kept her life.
Do people really need to take an opportunity to argue on here? its innapriopriate. yes, the traffic was bad but I drove past the girl sprawled on the road and saw the state of the car that hit her. poor thing is lucky to have kept her life. kirsty365

11:01pm Tue 17 Dec 13

Huey says...

kirsty365 wrote:
Do people really need to take an opportunity to argue on here? its innapriopriate. yes, the traffic was bad but I drove past the girl sprawled on the road and saw the state of the car that hit her. poor thing is lucky to have kept her life.
Yes you are right. I apologise, and looking back I have been argumentative and inconsiderate.
Hope the casualty involved recovers quickly.
Sprintervanman - all the best. Sorry for my frustration, it was not warranted.
Kirsty, thanks for your post.
[quote][p][bold]kirsty365[/bold] wrote: Do people really need to take an opportunity to argue on here? its innapriopriate. yes, the traffic was bad but I drove past the girl sprawled on the road and saw the state of the car that hit her. poor thing is lucky to have kept her life.[/p][/quote]Yes you are right. I apologise, and looking back I have been argumentative and inconsiderate. Hope the casualty involved recovers quickly. Sprintervanman - all the best. Sorry for my frustration, it was not warranted. Kirsty, thanks for your post. Huey

8:05am Wed 18 Dec 13

kirsty365 says...

Huey wrote:
kirsty365 wrote: Do people really need to take an opportunity to argue on here? its innapriopriate. yes, the traffic was bad but I drove past the girl sprawled on the road and saw the state of the car that hit her. poor thing is lucky to have kept her life.
Yes you are right. I apologise, and looking back I have been argumentative and inconsiderate. Hope the casualty involved recovers quickly. Sprintervanman - all the best. Sorry for my frustration, it was not warranted. Kirsty, thanks for your post.
Huey - thanks for the post. Have a good - and safe Christmas.
[quote][p][bold]Huey[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kirsty365[/bold] wrote: Do people really need to take an opportunity to argue on here? its innapriopriate. yes, the traffic was bad but I drove past the girl sprawled on the road and saw the state of the car that hit her. poor thing is lucky to have kept her life.[/p][/quote]Yes you are right. I apologise, and looking back I have been argumentative and inconsiderate. Hope the casualty involved recovers quickly. Sprintervanman - all the best. Sorry for my frustration, it was not warranted. Kirsty, thanks for your post.[/p][/quote]Huey - thanks for the post. Have a good - and safe Christmas. kirsty365

4:21pm Wed 18 Dec 13

Dorset Logic says...

grahamfoster wrote:
Huey wrote:
Ah so that's why it took me and thousands of others so long to get home.
What a selfish post! imagine if that was one of your family
ever been fished?
[quote][p][bold]grahamfoster[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Huey[/bold] wrote: Ah so that's why it took me and thousands of others so long to get home.[/p][/quote]What a selfish post! imagine if that was one of your family[/p][/quote]ever been fished? Dorset Logic

7:45pm Thu 19 Dec 13

Baregroen says...

This girl is my daughter. She's a student at Bournemouth university. We realize we are lucky to have her with us this Christmas. An angel must have guarded her on Thuesday. She is now on her way back home to Norway, her dad went to accompany her on the flight back home. Having her back home safe and alive is the best Christmasgift ever!
I would like to thank the people who helped her after the accident on Thuesday. I am very greatful for what you did.
This girl is my daughter. She's a student at Bournemouth university. We realize we are lucky to have her with us this Christmas. An angel must have guarded her on Thuesday. She is now on her way back home to Norway, her dad went to accompany her on the flight back home. Having her back home safe and alive is the best Christmasgift ever! I would like to thank the people who helped her after the accident on Thuesday. I am very greatful for what you did. Baregroen

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