Police called after vehicle smashes into light at Charminster Road, Bournemouth

Car crashes into traffic light

Car crashes into traffic light

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POLICE were called after a car crashed into traffic lights at Charminster Road in the early hours of this morning.

A spokesman for Dorset Police confirmed that the crash, reported at 3.24am, involved a single car and no injuries were sustained.

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9:30am Sun 6 Jul 14

Eddie's dog says...

Many roads closed ? ..........
Many roads closed ? .......... Eddie's dog
  • Score: 5

11:34am Sun 6 Jul 14

BigAlfromsunnyBournemouth says...

Maybe the light turned red on the driver, he couldn't stop in time so he used the traffic light as an emergency braking device?
Maybe the light turned red on the driver, he couldn't stop in time so he used the traffic light as an emergency braking device? BigAlfromsunnyBournemouth
  • Score: 4

12:31pm Sun 6 Jul 14

breamoreboy says...

BigAlfromsunnyBourne
mouth
wrote:
Maybe the light turned red on the driver, he couldn't stop in time so he used the traffic light as an emergency braking device?
No, 99.99% of accidents are caused by cyclists, the other 0.01% by pedestrians. Drivers never cause accidents, they only suffer the consequences.
[quote][p][bold]BigAlfromsunnyBourne mouth[/bold] wrote: Maybe the light turned red on the driver, he couldn't stop in time so he used the traffic light as an emergency braking device?[/p][/quote]No, 99.99% of accidents are caused by cyclists, the other 0.01% by pedestrians. Drivers never cause accidents, they only suffer the consequences. breamoreboy
  • Score: -1

12:54pm Sun 6 Jul 14

spooki says...

I'm sure the driver was absolutely sober and following the Highway Code and speed limits....
Nice to hear no injuries.
I'm sure the driver was absolutely sober and following the Highway Code and speed limits.... Nice to hear no injuries. spooki
  • Score: 5

2:13pm Tue 8 Jul 14

djd says...

He was feeling 'light headed' .
He was feeling 'light headed' . djd
  • Score: 0

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