Toddler hurt in crash which closed MIllbrook Road West

Toddler hurt in crash which closed major road

Toddler hurt in crash which closed major road

First published in News Daily Echo: Photograph of the Author by , Crime Reporter

TWO LANES on a major route out of Southampton were closed this morning after a two car crash.

Lanes two and three of Millbrook Road West were blocked following the collision, which happened close to Millbrook railway station just after 11.30am.

There were a small child in one of the cars who was injured but the extent of his injuries are unknown. He was treated by South Central Ambulance Service.

Hampshire Fire and Rescue were also called to the scene after smoke was seen coming from one of the cars.

The lanes have now been cleared and the road is reopen.

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1:33pm Wed 14 May 14

menotyou says...

The "toddler" was aged about 6 and was a female and can't have been nadly injured as an adult female was loaded into an ambulance on a spinal board while the "toddler" was sat on the pavement woth another woman surrounded by paramedics and police but not actually receiving any treatment. Great info gathering de - how lazy are these "reporters" going to get?
The "toddler" was aged about 6 and was a female and can't have been nadly injured as an adult female was loaded into an ambulance on a spinal board while the "toddler" was sat on the pavement woth another woman surrounded by paramedics and police but not actually receiving any treatment. Great info gathering de - how lazy are these "reporters" going to get? menotyou
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10:16am Thu 15 May 14

southamptonadi says...

menotyou wrote:
The "toddler" was aged about 6 and was a female and can't have been nadly injured as an adult female was loaded into an ambulance on a spinal board while the "toddler" was sat on the pavement woth another woman surrounded by paramedics and police but not actually receiving any treatment. Great info gathering de - how lazy are these "reporters" going to get?
I'm guessing you drove past, was there by any chance a toddler in a car being attended to or in an ambulance or even already on its way to hospital.

Or maybe they had already received treatment , but your probably right the DE may of been fed duff info or just lazy journalism.

BTW I hope there all ok now
[quote][p][bold]menotyou[/bold] wrote: The "toddler" was aged about 6 and was a female and can't have been nadly injured as an adult female was loaded into an ambulance on a spinal board while the "toddler" was sat on the pavement woth another woman surrounded by paramedics and police but not actually receiving any treatment. Great info gathering de - how lazy are these "reporters" going to get?[/p][/quote]I'm guessing you drove past, was there by any chance a toddler in a car being attended to or in an ambulance or even already on its way to hospital. Or maybe they had already received treatment , but your probably right the DE may of been fed duff info or just lazy journalism. BTW I hope there all ok now southamptonadi
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