Road closed as pensioner is rescued from dramatic crash

Daily Echo: Road closed as pensioner is rescued from dramatic crash Road closed as pensioner is rescued from dramatic crash

A busy Southampton road was closed while firefighters fought to rescue a pensioner from a dramatic crash.

The rescue operation took emergency services nearly one hour last night.

A 72-year-old woman was driving in Lordshill when she lost control of her Peugeot and the car and it rolled on to its roof.

Police, paramedics and firefighters from Redbridge and St Mary's fire stations were all on the scene just after 8pm.

The road was closed while the emergency services fought to free the woman from her car which was at the Lordshill Roundabout where it joins Brownhill Way with Lord's Hill Way.

Her family arrived on the scene.

The woman, who is from the local area, was transferred by ambulance to Southampton General Hospital.

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10:11am Fri 16 Nov 12

Of the Ilk says...

"The road was closed while the emergency services fought to free the woman from her car ......"

Would it not be better if they worked together rather than fighting?
"The road was closed while the emergency services fought to free the woman from her car ......" Would it not be better if they worked together rather than fighting? Of the Ilk

10:45am Fri 16 Nov 12

Amuffman says...

Of the Ilk wrote:
"The road was closed while the emergency services fought to free the woman from her car ......"

Would it not be better if they worked together rather than fighting?
You sir are a legend.

That's made my morning
[quote][p][bold]Of the Ilk[/bold] wrote: "The road was closed while the emergency services fought to free the woman from her car ......" Would it not be better if they worked together rather than fighting?[/p][/quote]You sir are a legend. That's made my morning Amuffman

10:45am Fri 16 Nov 12

Amuffman says...

Of the Ilk wrote:
"The road was closed while the emergency services fought to free the woman from her car ......"

Would it not be better if they worked together rather than fighting?
You sir are a legend.

That's made my morning
[quote][p][bold]Of the Ilk[/bold] wrote: "The road was closed while the emergency services fought to free the woman from her car ......" Would it not be better if they worked together rather than fighting?[/p][/quote]You sir are a legend. That's made my morning Amuffman

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