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Monday, 06 July 2015

Cyclist taken to hospital after crash in Barrow

A CYCLIST has been taken to hospital after a crash in Barrow.

Police said the accident happened in Abbey Road, near the Strawberry, at around 8.15pm when a cyclis
Police dealing with the incident near the Strawberry - JON GRANGER REF: 9341

Police said the accident happened in Abbey Road, near the Strawberry, at around 8.15pm on Tuesday July 8 when a cyclist collided with a car.

Officers came across the incident as part of routine patrols.

An ambulance crew was called and the cyclist was taken to Furness General Hospital as a precaution but his injuries are not thought to be life threatening.

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it is totally ridicules how stupid some of the nameless wonders spout when hiding behind a computer key board. Johno you have hit the nail on the head, these idiots will one day need the assistance of the police and I for one hope all the police resources are tied up on mundane duties and cannot attend. it is always the same when ever the Mail reports an incident like this. "flem" and "mr prom. get a life and for the lords sake change your ridicules keyboard names.

Posted by anthony on 9 July 2014 at 19:27

What dull comments regarding the attendance of police at this accident. There is enough death on our roads and a good police presence is pleasing to see. I don't suppose they always know the facts before attending and their plentiful attendance at crashes may well save lives. Let's just hope Mr Prom you nor your family are involved in a car accident, I don't suppose you would be moaning about numbers then.

Posted by johno on 9 July 2014 at 14:43

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