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Car lands on side after Sabden crash

Lancashire Telegraph: Car lands on side after Sabden crash Car lands on side after Sabden crash

A CAR was tipped onto its side during a two-vehicle collision in Sabden last night.

A Vauxhall and an Audi, one carrying three people and the other with only the driver in the car, crashed while travelling along Stump Hall Lane at 8pm.

Two ambulances and a fire engine attended. No-one was trapped, and firefighters helped police make the scene safe.

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11:08am Sat 5 Apr 14

frank says...

the photo over the caption is a red dennis fire engine , not a car on it's side. Why?
the photo over the caption is a red dennis fire engine , not a car on it's side. Why? frank
  • Score: 11

11:21am Sat 5 Apr 14

maxcollie says...

And it's an old fire engine
And it's an old fire engine maxcollie
  • Score: 8

11:47am Sat 5 Apr 14

happycyclist says...

frank wrote:
the photo over the caption is a red dennis fire engine , not a car on it's side. Why?
That's no fire engine, it's Optimus Prime.
[quote][p][bold]frank[/bold] wrote: the photo over the caption is a red dennis fire engine , not a car on it's side. Why?[/p][/quote]That's no fire engine, it's Optimus Prime. happycyclist
  • Score: 7

2:18pm Sat 5 Apr 14

Bluelizzy says...

Stump Hall Lane, Sabden ? there isn't one. There is a Stump Hall Road but that is Higham.
Stump Hall Lane, Sabden ? there isn't one. There is a Stump Hall Road but that is Higham. Bluelizzy
  • Score: 6

5:02pm Sat 5 Apr 14

ted995 says...

frank wrote:
the photo over the caption is a red dennis fire engine , not a car on it's side. Why?
It's not a Lancs fire appliance, Lancs use Leyland engines. Get a photo of a Lancs engine at least L.T.
[quote][p][bold]frank[/bold] wrote: the photo over the caption is a red dennis fire engine , not a car on it's side. Why?[/p][/quote]It's not a Lancs fire appliance, Lancs use Leyland engines. Get a photo of a Lancs engine at least L.T. ted995
  • Score: 3

5:24pm Sat 5 Apr 14

burner says...

I think, ted, that you will find his full name is Dennis Leyland. He is put out you didn't know that.
I think, ted, that you will find his full name is Dennis Leyland. He is put out you didn't know that. burner
  • Score: 4

9:58am Sun 6 Apr 14

clitheroe blue boy says...

frank wrote:
the photo over the caption is a red dennis fire engine , not a car on it's side. Why?
Shame in the LT for not being at the scene and taking a picture of the crash site or any of the emergency services passing a picture on, as I'm sure the Police would have taken some for any possible traffic investigation.

Personally, I can picture a car on its side and of a fire appliance, regardless of what make of engine it is!

I just hope everybody is safe and well, but let's argue what engine it was and blame the LT for no pictures! Get a life Frank.
[quote][p][bold]frank[/bold] wrote: the photo over the caption is a red dennis fire engine , not a car on it's side. Why?[/p][/quote]Shame in the LT for not being at the scene and taking a picture of the crash site or any of the emergency services passing a picture on, as I'm sure the Police would have taken some for any possible traffic investigation. Personally, I can picture a car on its side and of a fire appliance, regardless of what make of engine it is! I just hope everybody is safe and well, but let's argue what engine it was and blame the LT for no pictures! Get a life Frank. clitheroe blue boy
  • Score: 0

12:03pm Sun 6 Apr 14

Bernard Righton says...

frank wrote:
the photo over the caption is a red dennis fire engine , not a car on it's side. Why?
In my limited experience most fire engines are red.
[quote][p][bold]frank[/bold] wrote: the photo over the caption is a red dennis fire engine , not a car on it's side. Why?[/p][/quote]In my limited experience most fire engines are red. Bernard Righton
  • Score: -2

1:24pm Mon 7 Apr 14

clitheroe blue boy says...

Bernard Righton wrote:
frank wrote:
the photo over the caption is a red dennis fire engine , not a car on it's side. Why?
In my limited experience most fire engines are red.
I meant I can picture in my head a car on its side, I don't need to see 1 when the articles describes it. How did you think the LT would obtain a picture of the crash? I'm sure you would like somebody taking a picture if you were ever involved in such an incident?
[quote][p][bold]Bernard Righton[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]frank[/bold] wrote: the photo over the caption is a red dennis fire engine , not a car on it's side. Why?[/p][/quote]In my limited experience most fire engines are red.[/p][/quote]I meant I can picture in my head a car on its side, I don't need to see 1 when the articles describes it. How did you think the LT would obtain a picture of the crash? I'm sure you would like somebody taking a picture if you were ever involved in such an incident? clitheroe blue boy
  • Score: 1

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