A31 lane closed after crash

A31 lane closed after crash

A31 lane closed after crash

First published in News

A lane of the A31 was closed after a car crash this morning.

Part of the the outside lane of the A31 westbound between Cadnam and Ringwood was shut after a crash at about 7am.

The lane was closed while the Ford car was recovered.

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9:35am Sat 23 Aug 14

dawnjeanette says...

What is it with the A31 everyday there an instance on this road ,only last Saturday we was behind a Four by four how was having road rage with another car driving two abreast when there was on coming traffic ,where are the police they should be out on the road more especially on the A31 to see what's going on there are to many idiots on our roads.
What is it with the A31 everyday there an instance on this road ,only last Saturday we was behind a Four by four how was having road rage with another car driving two abreast when there was on coming traffic ,where are the police they should be out on the road more especially on the A31 to see what's going on there are to many idiots on our roads. dawnjeanette
  • Score: 4

1:17pm Sat 23 Aug 14

TheDistrict says...

Oncoming traffic. I thought the A31 was dual carriageway.
Oncoming traffic. I thought the A31 was dual carriageway. TheDistrict
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7:35pm Sat 23 Aug 14

Alantrom says...

TheDistrict wrote:
Oncoming traffic. I thought the A31 was dual carriageway.
Depends which bit you are driving along!
The photo obviously shows the bit through the New Forest but it goes on a lot further than that, well into wild woolly Dorset where it is not dualled.
[quote][p][bold]TheDistrict[/bold] wrote: Oncoming traffic. I thought the A31 was dual carriageway.[/p][/quote]Depends which bit you are driving along! The photo obviously shows the bit through the New Forest but it goes on a lot further than that, well into wild woolly Dorset where it is not dualled. Alantrom
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