Cyclist in hospital after lorry crash on Marchwood bypass

Cyclist in hospital after lorry crash

Cyclist in hospital after lorry crash

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Daily Echo: Photograph of the Author by , Senior Reporter

A CYCLIST has been taken to hospital following a collision with a lorry on a busy Hampshire road.

A woman has been taken to hospital after she suffered serious but not life-threatening leg injuries in the incident on the A326 Marchwood bypass between Ringwood Road and Fletchwood Road this morning at 8am this morning.

An ambulance crew and officer attended and the woman, aged in her 20s, was taken to Southampton General Hospital after being treated at the scene.

Commuters are facing traffic jams while police closed the A326 up to the junction with Morrisons supermarket.

The northbound carriageway remains closed.

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11:33am Wed 16 Jul 14

eurogordi says...

Please note that this accident occurred at TOTTON and NOT Marchwood. Once again the Daily Echo gets its facts wrong.
Please note that this accident occurred at TOTTON and NOT Marchwood. Once again the Daily Echo gets its facts wrong. eurogordi
  • Score: 4

11:40am Wed 16 Jul 14

c4rlos81 says...

So your more concerned more with the Echo getting it wrong with where it happened rather than whether the people involved are ok...nice.
So your more concerned more with the Echo getting it wrong with where it happened rather than whether the people involved are ok...nice. c4rlos81
  • Score: 0

11:48am Wed 16 Jul 14

vag says...

This is another high risk road for a cyclist. Personally I avoid it like the plague when on my bicycle. I hope the cyclist recovers, and the driver isn't too shaken up.
This is another high risk road for a cyclist. Personally I avoid it like the plague when on my bicycle. I hope the cyclist recovers, and the driver isn't too shaken up. vag
  • Score: 9

2:58pm Wed 16 Jul 14

eurogordi says...

c4rlos81 wrote:
So your more concerned more with the Echo getting it wrong with where it happened rather than whether the people involved are ok...nice.
Of course I'm concerned about those injured, but if other drivers are trying to avoid the area it would be helpful to know it is Totton and not Marchwood (particularly for those drivers who don't know the local area).
[quote][p][bold]c4rlos81[/bold] wrote: So your more concerned more with the Echo getting it wrong with where it happened rather than whether the people involved are ok...nice.[/p][/quote]Of course I'm concerned about those injured, but if other drivers are trying to avoid the area it would be helpful to know it is Totton and not Marchwood (particularly for those drivers who don't know the local area). eurogordi
  • Score: 9

3:42pm Wed 16 Jul 14

c4rlos81 says...

So sitting in traffic is more of a concern then? its fine if that's your pattern of thought. the fact that i know the person involved makes me a little bit annoyed that you feel the need to correct such a minor detail when someone's life was in danger. but hey each to their own. Hopefully more comments will be more on the side of wishing a speedy recovery to the person involved.
So sitting in traffic is more of a concern then? its fine if that's your pattern of thought. the fact that i know the person involved makes me a little bit annoyed that you feel the need to correct such a minor detail when someone's life was in danger. but hey each to their own. Hopefully more comments will be more on the side of wishing a speedy recovery to the person involved. c4rlos81
  • Score: -17

4:57pm Wed 16 Jul 14

Sir Ad E Noid says...

c4rlos81 wrote:
So sitting in traffic is more of a concern then? its fine if that's your pattern of thought. the fact that i know the person involved makes me a little bit annoyed that you feel the need to correct such a minor detail when someone's life was in danger. but hey each to their own. Hopefully more comments will be more on the side of wishing a speedy recovery to the person involved.
Nope, people get injured every day, sad fact of life. Move on, you got your fifteen minutes.
[quote][p][bold]c4rlos81[/bold] wrote: So sitting in traffic is more of a concern then? its fine if that's your pattern of thought. the fact that i know the person involved makes me a little bit annoyed that you feel the need to correct such a minor detail when someone's life was in danger. but hey each to their own. Hopefully more comments will be more on the side of wishing a speedy recovery to the person involved.[/p][/quote]Nope, people get injured every day, sad fact of life. Move on, you got your fifteen minutes. Sir Ad E Noid
  • Score: 2

12:07pm Thu 17 Jul 14

Jesus_02 says...

c4rlos81 wrote:
So your more concerned more with the Echo getting it wrong with where it happened rather than whether the people involved are ok...nice.
WUM
[quote][p][bold]c4rlos81[/bold] wrote: So your more concerned more with the Echo getting it wrong with where it happened rather than whether the people involved are ok...nice.[/p][/quote]WUM Jesus_02
  • Score: 0

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