Pedestrian in crash with car in Bournemouth

Bournemouth Echo: Pedestrian involved in collision with car in Bournemouth Pedestrian involved in collision with car in Bournemouth

A PEDESTRIAN was involved in a collision with a car in Bournemouth today.

The woman was struck in Castle Lane West at around 3.38pm this afternoon.

However, she was not hurt in the accident, which took place at the Ibbertson Road junction.

A Dorset Police spokesperson said: "The accident involved a black Mercedes registered to a Bournemouth keeper.

"Fortunately, no one was injured."

The road is open and traffic is moving.

 

 

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6:46pm Fri 13 Dec 13

Old Colonial says...

Why the constant use of the term 'crash' when headlining any road incident?
Why the constant use of the term 'crash' when headlining any road incident? Old Colonial

9:33pm Fri 13 Dec 13

djd says...

Another example of Echo reporting. The lady was uninjured, so it wasn't even an accident or collision . Speculative reporting again.
Another example of Echo reporting. The lady was uninjured, so it wasn't even an accident or collision . Speculative reporting again. djd

9:47pm Fri 13 Dec 13

Bournemouth Ohec says...

I stubbed my toe on the side of the bed recently.

It really hurt.
I stubbed my toe on the side of the bed recently. It really hurt. Bournemouth Ohec

10:10pm Fri 13 Dec 13

ol'bag lady says...

Bournemouth Ohec wrote:
I stubbed my toe on the side of the bed recently.

It really hurt.
Have you ever opened the fridge door with no shoes on? Now that really hurts!
[quote][p][bold]Bournemouth Ohec[/bold] wrote: I stubbed my toe on the side of the bed recently. It really hurt.[/p][/quote]Have you ever opened the fridge door with no shoes on? Now that really hurts! ol'bag lady

10:44pm Fri 13 Dec 13

LordLilliput says...

Old Colonial wrote:
Why the constant use of the term 'crash' when headlining any road incident?
And how can a pedestrian be 'in crash with car'?

And whilst I'm at it..

'at around 3.38' - that's like saying something is approximately 27.75cm
'However'?? - a bit conversational for an apparent RTA report
'took place at' - was it an organised event?

If you're using junior reporters Echo at least do them the justice of providing some guidance, it's really not for your readers to continually pull apart stories and surely you'd rather sharpen things up in house.. wouldn't you?? Eyes rolling..
[quote][p][bold]Old Colonial[/bold] wrote: Why the constant use of the term 'crash' when headlining any road incident?[/p][/quote]And how can a pedestrian be 'in crash with car'? And whilst I'm at it.. 'at around 3.38' - that's like saying something is approximately 27.75cm 'However'?? - a bit conversational for an apparent RTA report 'took place at' - was it an organised event? If you're using junior reporters Echo at least do them the justice of providing some guidance, it's really not for your readers to continually pull apart stories and surely you'd rather sharpen things up in house.. wouldn't you?? Eyes rolling.. LordLilliput

10:58pm Fri 13 Dec 13

Old Colonial says...

LordLilliput wrote:
Old Colonial wrote:
Why the constant use of the term 'crash' when headlining any road incident?
And how can a pedestrian be 'in crash with car'?

And whilst I'm at it..

'at around 3.38' - that's like saying something is approximately 27.75cm
'However'?? - a bit conversational for an apparent RTA report
'took place at' - was it an organised event?

If you're using junior reporters Echo at least do them the justice of providing some guidance, it's really not for your readers to continually pull apart stories and surely you'd rather sharpen things up in house.. wouldn't you?? Eyes rolling..
And it seems to be getting worse, with the style of writing one could expect from a nine year old asked to make up a story.
[quote][p][bold]LordLilliput[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Old Colonial[/bold] wrote: Why the constant use of the term 'crash' when headlining any road incident?[/p][/quote]And how can a pedestrian be 'in crash with car'? And whilst I'm at it.. 'at around 3.38' - that's like saying something is approximately 27.75cm 'However'?? - a bit conversational for an apparent RTA report 'took place at' - was it an organised event? If you're using junior reporters Echo at least do them the justice of providing some guidance, it's really not for your readers to continually pull apart stories and surely you'd rather sharpen things up in house.. wouldn't you?? Eyes rolling..[/p][/quote]And it seems to be getting worse, with the style of writing one could expect from a nine year old asked to make up a story. Old Colonial

7:04am Sat 14 Dec 13

autotransportautoshipping says...

Ample knowledge about auto transport.
Ample knowledge about auto transport. autotransportautoshipping

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