Six vehicle crash causes tailbacks on M3 motorway near Eastleigh

Daily Echo: Six vehicle crash causing tailbacks on motorway Six vehicle crash causing tailbacks on motorway

TWO lanes of Hampshire's busiest motorway have reopened following a six vehicle crash this morning.

Lanes two and three are now open after damaged cars were removed from the scene near to junction 12 of the southbound M3 following the incident at 10.52am.

One female patient was taken to the Royal Hampshire County Hospital in Winchester, although her injuries are not said to be life threatening.

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12:25pm Wed 26 Feb 14

Harold K Steptoe says...

What, a crash on the M27.....and tomorrow and the next day and...
What, a crash on the M27.....and tomorrow and the next day and... Harold K Steptoe

12:28pm Wed 26 Feb 14

Harold K Steptoe says...

Harold K Steptoe wrote:
What, a crash on the M27.....and tomorrow and the next day and...
M3 even...
[quote][p][bold]Harold K Steptoe[/bold] wrote: What, a crash on the M27.....and tomorrow and the next day and...[/p][/quote]M3 even... Harold K Steptoe

12:53pm Wed 26 Feb 14

bigfella777 says...

Car drivers again, too much speed and thinking they are going to get somewhere quicker. Idiots.
Car drivers again, too much speed and thinking they are going to get somewhere quicker. Idiots. bigfella777

12:59pm Wed 26 Feb 14

gilbertratchet says...

bigfella777 wrote:
Car drivers again, too much speed and thinking they are going to get somewhere quicker. Idiots.
1/10 troll harder
[quote][p][bold]bigfella777[/bold] wrote: Car drivers again, too much speed and thinking they are going to get somewhere quicker. Idiots.[/p][/quote]1/10 troll harder gilbertratchet

1:46pm Wed 26 Feb 14

camerajuan says...

gilbertratchet wrote:
bigfella777 wrote:
Car drivers again, too much speed and thinking they are going to get somewhere quicker. Idiots.
1/10 troll harder
Not troll, quoting facts.

Car drivers again cause a crash on the motorway. Who else could it be?
[quote][p][bold]gilbertratchet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bigfella777[/bold] wrote: Car drivers again, too much speed and thinking they are going to get somewhere quicker. Idiots.[/p][/quote]1/10 troll harder[/p][/quote]Not troll, quoting facts. Car drivers again cause a crash on the motorway. Who else could it be? camerajuan

1:56pm Wed 26 Feb 14

durkiboy says...

camerajuan wrote:
gilbertratchet wrote:
bigfella777 wrote:
Car drivers again, too much speed and thinking they are going to get somewhere quicker. Idiots.
1/10 troll harder
Not troll, quoting facts.

Car drivers again cause a crash on the motorway. Who else could it be?
In no particular order.....

LGV Drivers
Motorcyclists
PCV Drivers
People on Mobility Scooters that get confused.....

There are many factors involved in a crash, not all down to human error, there may have been a vehicle malfunction etc.

Am not even going to mention cyclist jumping red lights, riding on pavements etc......
[quote][p][bold]camerajuan[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]gilbertratchet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bigfella777[/bold] wrote: Car drivers again, too much speed and thinking they are going to get somewhere quicker. Idiots.[/p][/quote]1/10 troll harder[/p][/quote]Not troll, quoting facts. Car drivers again cause a crash on the motorway. Who else could it be?[/p][/quote]In no particular order..... LGV Drivers Motorcyclists PCV Drivers People on Mobility Scooters that get confused..... There are many factors involved in a crash, not all down to human error, there may have been a vehicle malfunction etc. Am not even going to mention cyclist jumping red lights, riding on pavements etc...... durkiboy

2:20pm Wed 26 Feb 14

From the sidelines says...

durkiboy wrote:
camerajuan wrote:
gilbertratchet wrote:
bigfella777 wrote:
Car drivers again, too much speed and thinking they are going to get somewhere quicker. Idiots.
1/10 troll harder
Not troll, quoting facts.

Car drivers again cause a crash on the motorway. Who else could it be?
In no particular order.....

LGV Drivers
Motorcyclists
PCV Drivers
People on Mobility Scooters that get confused.....

There are many factors involved in a crash, not all down to human error, there may have been a vehicle malfunction etc.

Am not even going to mention cyclist jumping red lights, riding on pavements etc......
Not usually a problem on motorways.
[quote][p][bold]durkiboy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]camerajuan[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]gilbertratchet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bigfella777[/bold] wrote: Car drivers again, too much speed and thinking they are going to get somewhere quicker. Idiots.[/p][/quote]1/10 troll harder[/p][/quote]Not troll, quoting facts. Car drivers again cause a crash on the motorway. Who else could it be?[/p][/quote]In no particular order..... LGV Drivers Motorcyclists PCV Drivers People on Mobility Scooters that get confused..... There are many factors involved in a crash, not all down to human error, there may have been a vehicle malfunction etc. Am not even going to mention cyclist jumping red lights, riding on pavements etc......[/p][/quote]Not usually a problem on motorways. From the sidelines

2:30pm Wed 26 Feb 14

hulla baloo says...

bigfella777 wrote:
Car drivers again, too much speed and thinking they are going to get somewhere quicker. Idiots.
So you know it was down to speed. How you know that?
[quote][p][bold]bigfella777[/bold] wrote: Car drivers again, too much speed and thinking they are going to get somewhere quicker. Idiots.[/p][/quote]So you know it was down to speed. How you know that? hulla baloo

3:38pm Wed 26 Feb 14

RomseyKeith says...

From the sidelines wrote:
durkiboy wrote:
camerajuan wrote:
gilbertratchet wrote:
bigfella777 wrote: Car drivers again, too much speed and thinking they are going to get somewhere quicker. Idiots.
1/10 troll harder
Not troll, quoting facts. Car drivers again cause a crash on the motorway. Who else could it be?
In no particular order..... LGV Drivers Motorcyclists PCV Drivers People on Mobility Scooters that get confused..... There are many factors involved in a crash, not all down to human error, there may have been a vehicle malfunction etc. Am not even going to mention cyclist jumping red lights, riding on pavements etc......
Not usually a problem on motorways.
In the papers today there was a cyclist causing problems on the M25 (after following a Mobile SatNav app to the letter (seriously, if the app directed them off a cliff, they'd jump).
It's true, of course, that this could've been a mechanical fault, a tyre blow-out, steering rack broken, etc.
However, anyone using the M27 regularly will often see lots (not all) who drive too close to the car in front and who change lanes without indicating or even checking mirrors or blind spots.
[quote][p][bold]From the sidelines[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]durkiboy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]camerajuan[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]gilbertratchet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bigfella777[/bold] wrote: Car drivers again, too much speed and thinking they are going to get somewhere quicker. Idiots.[/p][/quote]1/10 troll harder[/p][/quote]Not troll, quoting facts. Car drivers again cause a crash on the motorway. Who else could it be?[/p][/quote]In no particular order..... LGV Drivers Motorcyclists PCV Drivers People on Mobility Scooters that get confused..... There are many factors involved in a crash, not all down to human error, there may have been a vehicle malfunction etc. Am not even going to mention cyclist jumping red lights, riding on pavements etc......[/p][/quote]Not usually a problem on motorways.[/p][/quote]In the papers today there was a cyclist causing problems on the M25 (after following a Mobile SatNav app to the letter (seriously, if the app directed them off a cliff, they'd jump). It's true, of course, that this could've been a mechanical fault, a tyre blow-out, steering rack broken, etc. However, anyone using the M27 regularly will often see lots (not all) who drive too close to the car in front and who change lanes without indicating or even checking mirrors or blind spots. RomseyKeith

4:43pm Wed 26 Feb 14

Inform Al says...

From the sidelines wrote:
durkiboy wrote:
camerajuan wrote:
gilbertratchet wrote:
bigfella777 wrote:
Car drivers again, too much speed and thinking they are going to get somewhere quicker. Idiots.
1/10 troll harder
Not troll, quoting facts.

Car drivers again cause a crash on the motorway. Who else could it be?
In no particular order.....

LGV Drivers
Motorcyclists
PCV Drivers
People on Mobility Scooters that get confused.....

There are many factors involved in a crash, not all down to human error, there may have been a vehicle malfunction etc.

Am not even going to mention cyclist jumping red lights, riding on pavements etc......
Not usually a problem on motorways.
No the only time I have recently seen police on the motorway was when a cyclist was seen riding on it. I think they had to come out as cyclists are known to be even more dangerous on the roads than they are on the pavements.
[quote][p][bold]From the sidelines[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]durkiboy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]camerajuan[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]gilbertratchet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bigfella777[/bold] wrote: Car drivers again, too much speed and thinking they are going to get somewhere quicker. Idiots.[/p][/quote]1/10 troll harder[/p][/quote]Not troll, quoting facts. Car drivers again cause a crash on the motorway. Who else could it be?[/p][/quote]In no particular order..... LGV Drivers Motorcyclists PCV Drivers People on Mobility Scooters that get confused..... There are many factors involved in a crash, not all down to human error, there may have been a vehicle malfunction etc. Am not even going to mention cyclist jumping red lights, riding on pavements etc......[/p][/quote]Not usually a problem on motorways.[/p][/quote]No the only time I have recently seen police on the motorway was when a cyclist was seen riding on it. I think they had to come out as cyclists are known to be even more dangerous on the roads than they are on the pavements. Inform Al

7:08pm Wed 26 Feb 14

Turtlebay says...

Which part of keep a distance of one second per mile an hour don't car drivers understand? At 70mph they need to be at least 70 yards behind the car in front, twice that when the roads are wet!

Watch the silly blighters, lucky if they leave 7 inches!

Car drivers are due to get a mighty big wake up call next year when they discover that they have to do a compulsory seven hours road training every 12 months just as we lorry drivers have to!
Which part of keep a distance of one second per mile an hour don't car drivers understand? At 70mph they need to be at least 70 yards behind the car in front, twice that when the roads are wet! Watch the silly blighters, lucky if they leave 7 inches! Car drivers are due to get a mighty big wake up call next year when they discover that they have to do a compulsory seven hours road training every 12 months just as we lorry drivers have to! Turtlebay

7:32pm Wed 26 Feb 14

theoriginalwasp says...

Turtlebay wrote:
Which part of keep a distance of one second per mile an hour don't car drivers understand? At 70mph they need to be at least 70 yards behind the car in front, twice that when the roads are wet!

Watch the silly blighters, lucky if they leave 7 inches!

Car drivers are due to get a mighty big wake up call next year when they discover that they have to do a compulsory seven hours road training every 12 months just as we lorry drivers have to!
It's difficult to measure the road in front - especially when I'm using my mobile phone, swearing and dragging on a fag whilst hogging the executive lane
[quote][p][bold]Turtlebay[/bold] wrote: Which part of keep a distance of one second per mile an hour don't car drivers understand? At 70mph they need to be at least 70 yards behind the car in front, twice that when the roads are wet! Watch the silly blighters, lucky if they leave 7 inches! Car drivers are due to get a mighty big wake up call next year when they discover that they have to do a compulsory seven hours road training every 12 months just as we lorry drivers have to![/p][/quote]It's difficult to measure the road in front - especially when I'm using my mobile phone, swearing and dragging on a fag whilst hogging the executive lane theoriginalwasp

12:57am Thu 27 Feb 14

andysaints007 says...

Harold K Steptoe wrote:
What, a crash on the M27.....and tomorrow and the next day and...
Donut
[quote][p][bold]Harold K Steptoe[/bold] wrote: What, a crash on the M27.....and tomorrow and the next day and...[/p][/quote]Donut andysaints007

2:47pm Thu 27 Feb 14

gilbertratchet says...

camerajuan wrote:
gilbertratchet wrote:
bigfella777 wrote:
Car drivers again, too much speed and thinking they are going to get somewhere quicker. Idiots.
1/10 troll harder
Not troll, quoting facts.

Car drivers again cause a crash on the motorway. Who else could it be?
You've repeatedly demonstrated you don't know what the word 'fact' means, so I'm not really interested in anything you have to say.
[quote][p][bold]camerajuan[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]gilbertratchet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bigfella777[/bold] wrote: Car drivers again, too much speed and thinking they are going to get somewhere quicker. Idiots.[/p][/quote]1/10 troll harder[/p][/quote]Not troll, quoting facts. Car drivers again cause a crash on the motorway. Who else could it be?[/p][/quote]You've repeatedly demonstrated you don't know what the word 'fact' means, so I'm not really interested in anything you have to say. gilbertratchet

2:48pm Thu 27 Feb 14

gilbertratchet says...

From the sidelines wrote:
durkiboy wrote:
camerajuan wrote:
gilbertratchet wrote:
bigfella777 wrote:
Car drivers again, too much speed and thinking they are going to get somewhere quicker. Idiots.
1/10 troll harder
Not troll, quoting facts.

Car drivers again cause a crash on the motorway. Who else could it be?
In no particular order.....

LGV Drivers
Motorcyclists
PCV Drivers
People on Mobility Scooters that get confused.....

There are many factors involved in a crash, not all down to human error, there may have been a vehicle malfunction etc.

Am not even going to mention cyclist jumping red lights, riding on pavements etc......
Not usually a problem on motorways.
LGV drivers and PCV drivers don't go on motorways? Since when? Is this another of your amazing "facts"?
[quote][p][bold]From the sidelines[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]durkiboy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]camerajuan[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]gilbertratchet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bigfella777[/bold] wrote: Car drivers again, too much speed and thinking they are going to get somewhere quicker. Idiots.[/p][/quote]1/10 troll harder[/p][/quote]Not troll, quoting facts. Car drivers again cause a crash on the motorway. Who else could it be?[/p][/quote]In no particular order..... LGV Drivers Motorcyclists PCV Drivers People on Mobility Scooters that get confused..... There are many factors involved in a crash, not all down to human error, there may have been a vehicle malfunction etc. Am not even going to mention cyclist jumping red lights, riding on pavements etc......[/p][/quote]Not usually a problem on motorways.[/p][/quote]LGV drivers and PCV drivers don't go on motorways? Since when? Is this another of your amazing "facts"? gilbertratchet

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