Trapped woman cut out of car on A120 by firecrew

Gazette: Firecrews cut the woman out Firecrews cut the woman out

A woman trapped in her car, when it left the road and went into a field on the A120, had to be released by firemen using specialist cutting equipment.

The accident happened at 11.23 this morning when the car, on the A120 near Rayne, left the road and trapped the woman. 

No other cars were involved in the accident and the woman was released by 12.30pm.

Police and ambulance were also on the scene. 

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6:34pm Sun 1 Jun 14

/@|_|@\ says...

Again - they use the hydraulic cutters to remove someone that was later released ... Come on! Really - every single crash requires this procedure?

sKorch? P-P?

Maybe someone has some serious information on this incident and can elucidate us (esp. me).
Again - they use the hydraulic cutters to remove someone that was later released ... Come on! Really - every single crash requires this procedure? sKorch? P-P? Maybe someone has some serious information on this incident and can elucidate us (esp. me). /@|_|@\
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11:31am Mon 2 Jun 14

Fidget0610 says...

/@|_|@\ wrote:
Again - they use the hydraulic cutters to remove someone that was later released ... Come on! Really - every single crash requires this procedure?

sKorch? P-P?

Maybe someone has some serious information on this incident and can elucidate us (esp. me).
Again you have no idea what injuries the person had or what state the car was in! Maybe you should find out the facts before you speak... Or just not speak at all!
[quote][p][bold]/@|_|@\[/bold] wrote: Again - they use the hydraulic cutters to remove someone that was later released ... Come on! Really - every single crash requires this procedure? sKorch? P-P? Maybe someone has some serious information on this incident and can elucidate us (esp. me).[/p][/quote]Again you have no idea what injuries the person had or what state the car was in! Maybe you should find out the facts before you speak... Or just not speak at all! Fidget0610
  • Score: 3

3:22pm Mon 2 Jun 14

/@|_|@\ says...

Fidget0610 wrote:
/@|_|@\ wrote:
Again - they use the hydraulic cutters to remove someone that was later released ... Come on! Really - every single crash requires this procedure?

sKorch? P-P?

Maybe someone has some serious information on this incident and can elucidate us (esp. me).
Again you have no idea what injuries the person had or what state the car was in! Maybe you should find out the facts before you speak... Or just not speak at all!
I already offered that I didn't know the details -- any more than you do, gidget. So, practice what you like to preach, I would say. Find out the facts before you pontificate.

Pah.
[quote][p][bold]Fidget0610[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]/@|_|@\[/bold] wrote: Again - they use the hydraulic cutters to remove someone that was later released ... Come on! Really - every single crash requires this procedure? sKorch? P-P? Maybe someone has some serious information on this incident and can elucidate us (esp. me).[/p][/quote]Again you have no idea what injuries the person had or what state the car was in! Maybe you should find out the facts before you speak... Or just not speak at all![/p][/quote]I already offered that I didn't know the details -- any more than you do, gidget. So, practice what you like to preach, I would say. Find out the facts before you pontificate. Pah. /@|_|@\
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