Two people cut free from vehicle after crash in Herbert Avenue in Poole

Bournemouth Echo: Picture from David Lambert: Two people cut free from vehicle after crash in Herbert Avenue in Poole Picture from David Lambert: Two people cut free from vehicle after crash in Herbert Avenue in Poole

Firefighters cut two people free from a vehicle after a crash in Herbert Avenue.

The incident, around 8.30pm on Thursday evening, involved a car and a van.

The two casualties were treated by paramedics at the scene.

Fire crews from Westbourne and Poole attended.

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9:26am Fri 17 Jan 14

Branksome Boy says...

My other half had to walk past the crash on their way home and was appalled at the numbers of people stood around gawping at the emergency services trying to rescue the people trapped in the car! It was pouring down with rain and yet you had at least 20 or so "onlookers" - why didn't the police move them on! You had one woman in a bright pink dressing gown and fluffy slippers stood on the pavement, chattering away on her phone as if she was watching telly! Disgusting! I just hope the 2 rescued people are ok and that they were not aware that they were offering entertainment to these sad people!
My other half had to walk past the crash on their way home and was appalled at the numbers of people stood around gawping at the emergency services trying to rescue the people trapped in the car! It was pouring down with rain and yet you had at least 20 or so "onlookers" - why didn't the police move them on! You had one woman in a bright pink dressing gown and fluffy slippers stood on the pavement, chattering away on her phone as if she was watching telly! Disgusting! I just hope the 2 rescued people are ok and that they were not aware that they were offering entertainment to these sad people! Branksome Boy
  • Score: 21

9:37am Fri 17 Jan 14

The Liberal says...

I'm rather surprised that a collision on a 30mph road can result in someone having to be cut free from their vehicle.
I'm rather surprised that a collision on a 30mph road can result in someone having to be cut free from their vehicle. The Liberal
  • Score: 0

9:56am Fri 17 Jan 14

Very Old Man says...

The Liberal wrote:
I'm rather surprised that a collision on a 30mph road can result in someone having to be cut free from their vehicle.
And I'm rather surprised that somebody signing themselves as 'The Liberal' can make such a comment without knowing the full facts. It does display a rather narrow way of thinking.,
[quote][p][bold]The Liberal[/bold] wrote: I'm rather surprised that a collision on a 30mph road can result in someone having to be cut free from their vehicle.[/p][/quote]And I'm rather surprised that somebody signing themselves as 'The Liberal' can make such a comment without knowing the full facts. It does display a rather narrow way of thinking., Very Old Man
  • Score: 3

10:01am Fri 17 Jan 14

PokesdownMark says...

The Liberal wrote:
I'm rather surprised that a collision on a 30mph road can result in someone having to be cut free from their vehicle.
The default today is they stop you leaving your car and cut the roof off if there is any possibility at all you may have a back or neck injury. Which is fair enough I suppose? Sometimes?

Lesson to be learnt... If the accident is minor and you feel fine, do not be in your car when any emergency services show up!
[quote][p][bold]The Liberal[/bold] wrote: I'm rather surprised that a collision on a 30mph road can result in someone having to be cut free from their vehicle.[/p][/quote]The default today is they stop you leaving your car and cut the roof off if there is any possibility at all you may have a back or neck injury. Which is fair enough I suppose? Sometimes? Lesson to be learnt... If the accident is minor and you feel fine, do not be in your car when any emergency services show up! PokesdownMark
  • Score: 6

10:45am Fri 17 Jan 14

RageAgainstTheMachine says...

Branksome Boy wrote:
My other half had to walk past the crash on their way home and was appalled at the numbers of people stood around gawping at the emergency services trying to rescue the people trapped in the car! It was pouring down with rain and yet you had at least 20 or so "onlookers" - why didn't the police move them on! You had one woman in a bright pink dressing gown and fluffy slippers stood on the pavement, chattering away on her phone as if she was watching telly! Disgusting! I just hope the 2 rescued people are ok and that they were not aware that they were offering entertainment to these sad people!
Come off it!
Think about where it was......it gives them something to do in their boring sad lives. As sad as it was for the poor people trapped it was probably the weekly highlight of the gawkers pathetics lives!
[quote][p][bold]Branksome Boy[/bold] wrote: My other half had to walk past the crash on their way home and was appalled at the numbers of people stood around gawping at the emergency services trying to rescue the people trapped in the car! It was pouring down with rain and yet you had at least 20 or so "onlookers" - why didn't the police move them on! You had one woman in a bright pink dressing gown and fluffy slippers stood on the pavement, chattering away on her phone as if she was watching telly! Disgusting! I just hope the 2 rescued people are ok and that they were not aware that they were offering entertainment to these sad people![/p][/quote]Come off it! Think about where it was......it gives them something to do in their boring sad lives. As sad as it was for the poor people trapped it was probably the weekly highlight of the gawkers pathetics lives! RageAgainstTheMachine
  • Score: 5

9:47pm Fri 17 Jan 14

busman1966 says...

RageAgainstTheMachin
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wrote:
Branksome Boy wrote:
My other half had to walk past the crash on their way home and was appalled at the numbers of people stood around gawping at the emergency services trying to rescue the people trapped in the car! It was pouring down with rain and yet you had at least 20 or so "onlookers" - why didn't the police move them on! You had one woman in a bright pink dressing gown and fluffy slippers stood on the pavement, chattering away on her phone as if she was watching telly! Disgusting! I just hope the 2 rescued people are ok and that they were not aware that they were offering entertainment to these sad people!
Come off it!
Think about where it was......it gives them something to do in their boring sad lives. As sad as it was for the poor people trapped it was probably the weekly highlight of the gawkers pathetics lives!
You stupid bloody people, its a free country, people can do what they like. No doubt the other half had to get home to to the miserable **** at home otherwise they would have stayed as well. you are a sad armchair moaner. Talk about get get a life.
[quote][p][bold]RageAgainstTheMachin e[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Branksome Boy[/bold] wrote: My other half had to walk past the crash on their way home and was appalled at the numbers of people stood around gawping at the emergency services trying to rescue the people trapped in the car! It was pouring down with rain and yet you had at least 20 or so "onlookers" - why didn't the police move them on! You had one woman in a bright pink dressing gown and fluffy slippers stood on the pavement, chattering away on her phone as if she was watching telly! Disgusting! I just hope the 2 rescued people are ok and that they were not aware that they were offering entertainment to these sad people![/p][/quote]Come off it! Think about where it was......it gives them something to do in their boring sad lives. As sad as it was for the poor people trapped it was probably the weekly highlight of the gawkers pathetics lives![/p][/quote]You stupid bloody people, its a free country, people can do what they like. No doubt the other half had to get home to to the miserable **** at home otherwise they would have stayed as well. you are a sad armchair moaner. Talk about get get a life. busman1966
  • Score: -5

12:27am Sat 18 Jan 14

teenie says...

That's just the point some drivers do not drive at the speed limit.A traffic lights system is needed at the site where the accident happened as cars do not give way correctly at the mini roundabout.As for the woman in her dressing gown isn't that the norm now? As I reguarly see women out shopping at the local shops in their onesies/pyjamas and boots! I do hope the people involved in the accident are ok.
That's just the point some drivers do not drive at the speed limit.A traffic lights system is needed at the site where the accident happened as cars do not give way correctly at the mini roundabout.As for the woman in her dressing gown isn't that the norm now? As I reguarly see women out shopping at the local shops in their onesies/pyjamas and boots! I do hope the people involved in the accident are ok. teenie
  • Score: 0

3:55am Sat 18 Jan 14

Chris@Bmouth says...

busman1966 wrote:
RageAgainstTheMachin e wrote:
Branksome Boy wrote: My other half had to walk past the crash on their way home and was appalled at the numbers of people stood around gawping at the emergency services trying to rescue the people trapped in the car! It was pouring down with rain and yet you had at least 20 or so "onlookers" - why didn't the police move them on! You had one woman in a bright pink dressing gown and fluffy slippers stood on the pavement, chattering away on her phone as if she was watching telly! Disgusting! I just hope the 2 rescued people are ok and that they were not aware that they were offering entertainment to these sad people!
Come off it! Think about where it was......it gives them something to do in their boring sad lives. As sad as it was for the poor people trapped it was probably the weekly highlight of the gawkers pathetics lives!
You stupid bloody people, its a free country, people can do what they like. No doubt the other half had to get home to to the miserable **** at home otherwise they would have stayed as well. you are a sad armchair moaner. Talk about get get a life.
The 'people' of Rossmore lack any intelligence to even begin to think about other people.
[quote][p][bold]busman1966[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RageAgainstTheMachin e[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Branksome Boy[/bold] wrote: My other half had to walk past the crash on their way home and was appalled at the numbers of people stood around gawping at the emergency services trying to rescue the people trapped in the car! It was pouring down with rain and yet you had at least 20 or so "onlookers" - why didn't the police move them on! You had one woman in a bright pink dressing gown and fluffy slippers stood on the pavement, chattering away on her phone as if she was watching telly! Disgusting! I just hope the 2 rescued people are ok and that they were not aware that they were offering entertainment to these sad people![/p][/quote]Come off it! Think about where it was......it gives them something to do in their boring sad lives. As sad as it was for the poor people trapped it was probably the weekly highlight of the gawkers pathetics lives![/p][/quote]You stupid bloody people, its a free country, people can do what they like. No doubt the other half had to get home to to the miserable **** at home otherwise they would have stayed as well. you are a sad armchair moaner. Talk about get get a life.[/p][/quote]The 'people' of Rossmore lack any intelligence to even begin to think about other people. Chris@Bmouth
  • Score: 2

7:18am Sat 18 Jan 14

busman1966 says...

Chris@Bmouth wrote:
busman1966 wrote:
RageAgainstTheMachin e wrote:
Branksome Boy wrote: My other half had to walk past the crash on their way home and was appalled at the numbers of people stood around gawping at the emergency services trying to rescue the people trapped in the car! It was pouring down with rain and yet you had at least 20 or so "onlookers" - why didn't the police move them on! You had one woman in a bright pink dressing gown and fluffy slippers stood on the pavement, chattering away on her phone as if she was watching telly! Disgusting! I just hope the 2 rescued people are ok and that they were not aware that they were offering entertainment to these sad people!
Come off it! Think about where it was......it gives them something to do in their boring sad lives. As sad as it was for the poor people trapped it was probably the weekly highlight of the gawkers pathetics lives!
You stupid bloody people, its a free country, people can do what they like. No doubt the other half had to get home to to the miserable **** at home otherwise they would have stayed as well. you are a sad armchair moaner. Talk about get get a life.
The 'people' of Rossmore lack any intelligence to even begin to think about other people.
Why are you attacking the people of rossmore? There would have been people watching wherever it happened.
[quote][p][bold]Chris@Bmouth[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]busman1966[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RageAgainstTheMachin e[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Branksome Boy[/bold] wrote: My other half had to walk past the crash on their way home and was appalled at the numbers of people stood around gawping at the emergency services trying to rescue the people trapped in the car! It was pouring down with rain and yet you had at least 20 or so "onlookers" - why didn't the police move them on! You had one woman in a bright pink dressing gown and fluffy slippers stood on the pavement, chattering away on her phone as if she was watching telly! Disgusting! I just hope the 2 rescued people are ok and that they were not aware that they were offering entertainment to these sad people![/p][/quote]Come off it! Think about where it was......it gives them something to do in their boring sad lives. As sad as it was for the poor people trapped it was probably the weekly highlight of the gawkers pathetics lives![/p][/quote]You stupid bloody people, its a free country, people can do what they like. No doubt the other half had to get home to to the miserable **** at home otherwise they would have stayed as well. you are a sad armchair moaner. Talk about get get a life.[/p][/quote]The 'people' of Rossmore lack any intelligence to even begin to think about other people.[/p][/quote]Why are you attacking the people of rossmore? There would have been people watching wherever it happened. busman1966
  • Score: 0

3:36am Sun 19 Jan 14

portia6 says...

Golly gosh what tosh, at least they were showing an interest too many turn a
blind eye when there's trouble.
Golly gosh what tosh, at least they were showing an interest too many turn a blind eye when there's trouble. portia6
  • Score: 1

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