CAR OVERTURNS NEAR NORTON GREEN

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Police and paramedics are attending a road traffic collision near Norton Green in the West Wight this afternoon (Monday). 

A vehicle is reported to have overturned on Hill Lane outside Hill Farm stables, between Yarmouth and Freshwater.

No one is thought to be trapped inside the vehicle.

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The road has been closed whilst emergency services treat those involved and clear the scene.

Southern Vectis say The Needles Breezer will divert from Colwell via Freshwater Heathfield Road, Copse Lane and Pixley Hill to Yarmouth until further notice.

UPDATE @ 15:50 – Police have confirmed that they were called at 13:41 to reports of a single-vehicle collision on Hill Lane, Freshwater.

A Kia Ceed overturned in the crash, but thankfully the driver sustained only minor injuries.

The scene has now been cleared.

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Tim C
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Wow this new Isle of Wight Stunt Driving School is getting really popular in recent months!
Hope no one was seriously hurt though.

West Wighter
West Wighter
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That must be where my wife learnt to drive!!

Geoffrey Taylor
Geoffrey Taylor
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Apart from your mis-spelling of the 7th word, you are %100 on the button !

Barry Chantler
Barry Chantler
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I find it strange that so many accidents in the last few months.
A high percentage I believe is drivers abilities or lack of them.

Tina Allen
Tina Allen
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Could most of the accidents be because recent road surfacing doesn’t take the tarmac to the proper edge of the road leaving a nice big trough to drive into. The worse one I’ve seen is by the steam railway just past the entrance going out of Havenstreet. Vehicles coming round that bend push you towards the trough… Very little room if they’re a biggun

JHVF
JHVF
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That is quite possible, On some roads they have filled the troughs with gravel, perhaps as a result of complaints. Another strong possibility is that too many people are fiddling with their phones.

Sheena warder
Sheena warder
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No such thing as bad roads just bad isle of Wight drivers!!!!!

Martin Ryde
Martin Ryde
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Or visiting drivers not understanding island roads..

teljenh
teljenh
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Totally agree, drive to the conditions its not rocket science.

Scott
Scott
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You on crack? You seen some of these roads!

ed jeffares
ed jeffares
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well thats why most of the drivers.. here on the island the cant cope with the road work… the take to the Cliff

Eggman
Eggman
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Up c’eed down eh? Seems to be an island phenomenon that’s been going on for years.

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