Road closed after car overturns in Ladybridge

The Bolton News: The overturned car in Broadford Road, Ladybridge The overturned car in Broadford Road, Ladybridge

BROADFORD Road in Ladybridge is closed after a car has overturned.

The Black Ford S-Max overturned in Broadford Road, shortly after leaving Armadale Road, at about 4pm.

No-one was seriously injured and no other cars were involved.

Police said the driver has arranged his own recovery of the car.

The road was still blocked at 5pm.

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7:30pm Fri 2 May 14

heaton watcher says...

Now since there's a 20mph speed limit on Armadale Road how did that happen?
Now since there's a 20mph speed limit on Armadale Road how did that happen? heaton watcher
  • Score: 20

8:55pm Fri 2 May 14

thealexweb says...

heaton watcher wrote:
Now since there's a 20mph speed limit on Armadale Road how did that happen?
As I said to the council when I gave my two cents in the consultation, safe drivers were never the issue as they would follow whatever limit there was. Renegade drivers that treat it like a race course are the issue and they will continue to ignore the limit.
[quote][p][bold]heaton watcher[/bold] wrote: Now since there's a 20mph speed limit on Armadale Road how did that happen?[/p][/quote]As I said to the council when I gave my two cents in the consultation, safe drivers were never the issue as they would follow whatever limit there was. Renegade drivers that treat it like a race course are the issue and they will continue to ignore the limit. thealexweb
  • Score: 13

9:10am Sat 3 May 14

127001 says...

thealexweb wrote:
heaton watcher wrote:
Now since there's a 20mph speed limit on Armadale Road how did that happen?
As I said to the council when I gave my two cents in the consultation, safe drivers were never the issue as they would follow whatever limit there was. Renegade drivers that treat it like a race course are the issue and they will continue to ignore the limit.
bingo! The only sure fire way to stop these idiots is for a higher Police presence on the roads.
[quote][p][bold]thealexweb[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]heaton watcher[/bold] wrote: Now since there's a 20mph speed limit on Armadale Road how did that happen?[/p][/quote]As I said to the council when I gave my two cents in the consultation, safe drivers were never the issue as they would follow whatever limit there was. Renegade drivers that treat it like a race course are the issue and they will continue to ignore the limit.[/p][/quote]bingo! The only sure fire way to stop these idiots is for a higher Police presence on the roads. 127001
  • Score: 1

2:43pm Sat 3 May 14

Count de Monet says...

heaton watcher wrote:
Now since there's a 20mph speed limit on Armadale Road how did that happen?
This accident occured on Broadford Road near the junction with Kinross Drive.
[quote][p][bold]heaton watcher[/bold] wrote: Now since there's a 20mph speed limit on Armadale Road how did that happen?[/p][/quote]This accident occured on Broadford Road near the junction with Kinross Drive. Count de Monet
  • Score: 2

9:55pm Sat 3 May 14

soup153 says...

Just walk along that road 40 foot off that crash site some half breed came around the corner at least 45 mph, waste of paint that road marking.
Just walk along that road 40 foot off that crash site some half breed came around the corner at least 45 mph, waste of paint that road marking. soup153
  • Score: -1

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