Teenage pedestrian involved in collision on Cooper Dean roundabout in Bournemouth

A TEENAGE girl has been involved in a collision with a car at Cooper Dean this morning.

The girl is believed to be 13-years-old.

The incident took place on the busy roundabout about 8.10am.

It is believed she is not badly hurt.

The incident has been dealt with by police.

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11:27am Tue 21 Jan 14

R1200RT says...

Not really world shattering news Ms Clake
Not really world shattering news Ms Clake R1200RT

12:11pm Tue 21 Jan 14

spooki says...

R1200RT wrote:
Not really world shattering news Ms Clake
It probably is to the pedestrian and the driver!
Was she by any chance NOT using one of the many crossings? Glad she's ok though.
[quote][p][bold]R1200RT[/bold] wrote: Not really world shattering news Ms Clake[/p][/quote]It probably is to the pedestrian and the driver! Was she by any chance NOT using one of the many crossings? Glad she's ok though. spooki

1:29pm Tue 21 Jan 14

TinyLegacy says...

The accident occurred ON the crossing, as she was still laying in the road when I came to the area. Best wishes to her for a speedy recovery no matter of blame.
The accident occurred ON the crossing, as she was still laying in the road when I came to the area. Best wishes to her for a speedy recovery no matter of blame. TinyLegacy

6:31pm Tue 21 Jan 14

nomes26 says...

Actually it was my SON! and yes he pressed the button to cross the road and the man tried to get through on amber just before it turn red!!!!
Actually it was my SON! and yes he pressed the button to cross the road and the man tried to get through on amber just before it turn red!!!! nomes26

7:42pm Tue 21 Jan 14

Bethyboo says...

Could anyone tell me which crossing the accident happened? Children should be able to walk to secondary school by themselves, but the crossing on the slip road heading to Bournemouth town centre seems too dangerous to me.
Could anyone tell me which crossing the accident happened? Children should be able to walk to secondary school by themselves, but the crossing on the slip road heading to Bournemouth town centre seems too dangerous to me. Bethyboo

8:19pm Tue 21 Jan 14

ohnonothimagen says...

nomes26 wrote:
Actually it was my SON! and yes he pressed the button to cross the road and the man tried to get through on amber just before it turn red!!!!
This story is a bout a 13 year old girl - where does your SON fit into it? I'm confused.
[quote][p][bold]nomes26[/bold] wrote: Actually it was my SON! and yes he pressed the button to cross the road and the man tried to get through on amber just before it turn red!!!![/p][/quote]This story is a bout a 13 year old girl - where does your SON fit into it? I'm confused. ohnonothimagen

9:05pm Tue 21 Jan 14

BluebirdDorset says...

ohnonothimagen wrote:
nomes26 wrote:
Actually it was my SON! and yes he pressed the button to cross the road and the man tried to get through on amber just before it turn red!!!!
This story is a bout a 13 year old girl - where does your SON fit into it? I'm confused.
I think the reply is from the parent of the child and they are pointing out it was actually a little boy, I saw them on my way to work and glad all is not as bad as it may have been, get well little one. Echo lazy journalism I guess?
[quote][p][bold]ohnonothimagen[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]nomes26[/bold] wrote: Actually it was my SON! and yes he pressed the button to cross the road and the man tried to get through on amber just before it turn red!!!![/p][/quote]This story is a bout a 13 year old girl - where does your SON fit into it? I'm confused.[/p][/quote]I think the reply is from the parent of the child and they are pointing out it was actually a little boy, I saw them on my way to work and glad all is not as bad as it may have been, get well little one. Echo lazy journalism I guess? BluebirdDorset

10:39pm Tue 21 Jan 14

Bethyboo says...

TinyLegacy wrote:
The accident occurred ON the crossing, as she was still laying in the road when I came to the area. Best wishes to her for a speedy recovery no matter of blame.
Which crossing was it? Thanks
[quote][p][bold]TinyLegacy[/bold] wrote: The accident occurred ON the crossing, as she was still laying in the road when I came to the area. Best wishes to her for a speedy recovery no matter of blame.[/p][/quote]Which crossing was it? Thanks Bethyboo

11:05pm Tue 21 Jan 14

nomes26 says...

ohnonothimagen wrote:
nomes26 wrote: Actually it was my SON! and yes he pressed the button to cross the road and the man tried to get through on amber just before it turn red!!!!
This story is a bout a 13 year old girl - where does your SON fit into it? I'm confused.
I was correcting the fact that it was my son and not a girl
[quote][p][bold]ohnonothimagen[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]nomes26[/bold] wrote: Actually it was my SON! and yes he pressed the button to cross the road and the man tried to get through on amber just before it turn red!!!![/p][/quote]This story is a bout a 13 year old girl - where does your SON fit into it? I'm confused.[/p][/quote]I was correcting the fact that it was my son and not a girl nomes26

12:42am Wed 22 Jan 14

GeorgeW64 says...

Time they started teaching the Green Cross Code again at schools.
Time they started teaching the Green Cross Code again at schools. GeorgeW64

6:27am Wed 22 Jan 14

retry69 says...

GeorgeW64 wrote:
Time they started teaching the Green Cross Code again at schools.
You make a very good point,not implying anything in this case but many times when students decide to use the crossing up by the uni they press the button and as the lights change they start to cross often not even checking either way for traffic.Hope the lad is well :)
[quote][p][bold]GeorgeW64[/bold] wrote: Time they started teaching the Green Cross Code again at schools.[/p][/quote]You make a very good point,not implying anything in this case but many times when students decide to use the crossing up by the uni they press the button and as the lights change they start to cross often not even checking either way for traffic.Hope the lad is well :) retry69

8:31pm Wed 22 Jan 14

miccy5 says...

All other comments aside - nomes26 I hope your son is ok as that's the main point here.
All other comments aside - nomes26 I hope your son is ok as that's the main point here. miccy5

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