Driver escapes injury after car smashes into barrier on Christchurch bypass

Bournemouth Echo: Driver escapes injury after car smashes into barrier on Christchurch bypass Driver escapes injury after car smashes into barrier on Christchurch bypass

A DRIVER escaped injury after a car smashed into the central barrier of the Christchurch bypass.

Police were called at 4.50am after the Audi A3 crashed on the A35 between the Burton Bridge and Stony Lane roundabouts.

The road was closed while the vehicle was recovered and the carriageway cleared of debris.

A police spokesman said that the car, which was registered to a Christchurch keeper, was badly damaged, but no injuries were sustained.

The spokesman added that the driver provided a negative breath test.

The barrier also sustained slight damage.

The road reopened at 7.19am.

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11:54am Wed 1 Jan 14

madras says...

'Police were called at 4.50am after the Audi A3 crashed on the A35 between the Burton Bridge and Stony Lane roundabouts.'

Note to editor - think that should be roundabout, singular - unless there's a new roundabout at Burton Bridge that I hadn't noticed!

Happy New Year...
'Police were called at 4.50am after the Audi A3 crashed on the A35 between the Burton Bridge and Stony Lane roundabouts.' Note to editor - think that should be roundabout, singular - unless there's a new roundabout at Burton Bridge that I hadn't noticed! Happy New Year... madras

1:30pm Wed 1 Jan 14

justanotherreader says...

No the sentence between the burton bridge and stony lane roundabouts is correct, as they are two different roundabouts.
No the sentence between the burton bridge and stony lane roundabouts is correct, as they are two different roundabouts. justanotherreader

1:57pm Wed 1 Jan 14

Turtlebay says...

justanotherreader wrote:
No the sentence between the burton bridge and stony lane roundabouts is correct, as they are two different roundabouts.
Where's the roundabout at Burton Bridge? I know many drivers pull out of that road in front of traffic travelling at 60+ mph, the ****! I nearky hit one yesterday lunch time!
[quote][p][bold]justanotherreader[/bold] wrote: No the sentence between the burton bridge and stony lane roundabouts is correct, as they are two different roundabouts.[/p][/quote]Where's the roundabout at Burton Bridge? I know many drivers pull out of that road in front of traffic travelling at 60+ mph, the ****! I nearky hit one yesterday lunch time! Turtlebay

9:32am Thu 2 Jan 14

Wesoblind says...

No hint at taking the driver to court or if it was a mechanical malfuntion?

Cars dont ust fall off the road randomly.
No hint at taking the driver to court or if it was a mechanical malfuntion? Cars dont ust fall off the road randomly. Wesoblind

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