Teenager taken to hospital after collision with car on Charminster Avenue

Bournemouth Echo: Teenager taken to hospital after collision with car on Charminster Avenue Teenager taken to hospital after collision with car on Charminster Avenue

A TEENAGE pedestrian has been taken to hospital this morning after a collision with a car in Bournemouth.

The emergency services were called to Charminster Avenue at 8.12am, a police spokesman said.

The boy was taken to Poole Hospital with a head injury, which police later said was classed as 'minor'.

The car involved was a VW up!, registered to a company from Watford.

The road was closed while police and ambulance crews dealt with the incident.

It was reopened at 8.50am.

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11:22am Mon 3 Mar 14

Afterhours says...

Whilst not wishing to comment on this case....
Has anyone noticed the like of road awareness young people have these days ? I find this more obvious when September term stars.....I feel this is perhaps when youngsters first walk to school themselves having been driven in the past.......I feel it is certainly in a young persons interest to be taught the old green cross code more vigorously
Whilst not wishing to comment on this case.... Has anyone noticed the like of road awareness young people have these days ? I find this more obvious when September term stars.....I feel this is perhaps when youngsters first walk to school themselves having been driven in the past.......I feel it is certainly in a young persons interest to be taught the old green cross code more vigorously Afterhours
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11:41am Mon 3 Mar 14

pete woodley says...

Charminster ave,is like a race track,and the junction with malvern rd outside the school is very dangerous.
Charminster ave,is like a race track,and the junction with malvern rd outside the school is very dangerous. pete woodley
  • Score: 9

8:14pm Mon 3 Mar 14

FNS-man says...

Afterhours wrote:
Whilst not wishing to comment on this case....
Has anyone noticed the like of road awareness young people have these days ? I find this more obvious when September term stars.....I feel this is perhaps when youngsters first walk to school themselves having been driven in the past.......I feel it is certainly in a young persons interest to be taught the old green cross code more vigorously
Ever noticed how old people make disgustingly judgemental victim-blaming comments in the Echo?
[quote][p][bold]Afterhours[/bold] wrote: Whilst not wishing to comment on this case.... Has anyone noticed the like of road awareness young people have these days ? I find this more obvious when September term stars.....I feel this is perhaps when youngsters first walk to school themselves having been driven in the past.......I feel it is certainly in a young persons interest to be taught the old green cross code more vigorously[/p][/quote]Ever noticed how old people make disgustingly judgemental victim-blaming comments in the Echo? FNS-man
  • Score: 4

8:36am Tue 4 Mar 14

retry69 says...

FNS-man wrote:
Afterhours wrote:
Whilst not wishing to comment on this case....
Has anyone noticed the like of road awareness young people have these days ? I find this more obvious when September term stars.....I feel this is perhaps when youngsters first walk to school themselves having been driven in the past.......I feel it is certainly in a young persons interest to be taught the old green cross code more vigorously
Ever noticed how old people make disgustingly judgemental victim-blaming comments in the Echo?
All the time and about everything,is that a sign of losing touch with the real world.OOPS accusations of ageism coming this way mmmmm :)
[quote][p][bold]FNS-man[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Afterhours[/bold] wrote: Whilst not wishing to comment on this case.... Has anyone noticed the like of road awareness young people have these days ? I find this more obvious when September term stars.....I feel this is perhaps when youngsters first walk to school themselves having been driven in the past.......I feel it is certainly in a young persons interest to be taught the old green cross code more vigorously[/p][/quote]Ever noticed how old people make disgustingly judgemental victim-blaming comments in the Echo?[/p][/quote]All the time and about everything,is that a sign of losing touch with the real world.OOPS accusations of ageism coming this way mmmmm :) retry69
  • Score: 2

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