UPDATE: Oxenholme Road reopens following collision in Kendal this morning

The Westmorland Gazette: Police stopping people entering Oxenholme Road from Burton Road. Pic: Ellis Butcher Police stopping people entering Oxenholme Road from Burton Road. Pic: Ellis Butcher

OXENHOLME Road in Kendal has reopened following a road traffic collision earlier this morning.

A woman pedestrian, from Kendal was involved in a collision with a Ford Mondeo.

She was taken to Preston Hospital and has been described as having non-life threatening injuries.

The driver, a man aged 64, was not injured.

The road is now re-open.

 

 

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12:07pm Thu 16 Jan 14

oceancloud says...

A good picture showing the almighty flooding problem there. It's about time the people responsible got it sorted together with the equally long standing flooding issue under the railway bridge at Parkside Road. Shame on them!
A good picture showing the almighty flooding problem there. It's about time the people responsible got it sorted together with the equally long standing flooding issue under the railway bridge at Parkside Road. Shame on them! oceancloud
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7:15pm Thu 16 Jan 14

Moonbase says...

oceancloud wrote:
A good picture showing the almighty flooding problem there. It's about time the people responsible got it sorted together with the equally long standing flooding issue under the railway bridge at Parkside Road. Shame on them!
That flood picture is no where near the incident . Granted the flood issue never gets resolved.
Too busy worrying about first impressions and taxi ranks, not what local tax payers have to put up with year after year.
[quote][p][bold]oceancloud[/bold] wrote: A good picture showing the almighty flooding problem there. It's about time the people responsible got it sorted together with the equally long standing flooding issue under the railway bridge at Parkside Road. Shame on them![/p][/quote]That flood picture is no where near the incident . Granted the flood issue never gets resolved. Too busy worrying about first impressions and taxi ranks, not what local tax payers have to put up with year after year. Moonbase
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