POLICE AND PARAMEDICS CALLED TO CRASH AT JUNCTION NEAR PORCHFIELD

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Emergency services are attending a 2-car road traffic collision on Whitehouse Road near Porchfield this lunchtime (Friday).

The incident has occurred at the junction with Coleman’s Lane.

Debris is said to be scattered across the carriageway as a result of 1 car colliding with another. One of the vehicles has come to a stop in the hedge.

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The road is understood to be open with some minor delays.

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Martin (Ryde)

Another one?

Jenny

I see we getting back to normal

Smithy

Very true. Nothing but accidents on an almost daily basis.

Jo827

The mx5 was slowing for the junction, Renault behind didn’t see it braking and indicating, and shunted the mx5 into a hedge. Both drivers ok. Minor injuries.

Black rat

So careless driving by the renault driver then if thats correct.

Jo827

Yes it’s true, my other half was the driver in the mx5 that was hit. Negligent driving the police called it for the renault driver.

Lee

hi ,it was me in the collision with your other half ,need to contact him thank you

Jo827

Hi Lee, yes, I believe the police officers have contact details for you that they need to pass on to him.
Not sure how to get your details via here without it being made public.

Black rat

Official term for reporting it is careless driving, the officer using that term was obviously not a traffic cop.

Jacqui

It is a difficult junction. I use it every day, coming out of Coleman’s onto Whitehouse Road is awful, one has to pull right out to see either way and the hedges could do with a trim. At this junction, it’s not always down to bad driving.

Black rat

If a vehicle collides with the rear of another that is careless driving no ifs or buts.

JHVF

May not be relevant to this occasion but I agree, the whole hedge needs to be removed at that corner. It just isn’t possible to see what is coming from the left when exiting Colman’s Lane. That would be a very positive, inexpensive measure to improve road safety.

West Wighter

That junction has been there for years!!!

Jim

Another novice driver then,?

John Doe

Cramp?

pete

perhaps we should go back into lockdown safer then on island roads

Barbara

Here here how long will it be before we get a fatal so many accidents people have forgot how to drive 2 accidents in one day God help us

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