One taken to hospital after three car crash on Lovely Lane

Warrington Guardian: One taken to hospital after three car crash on Lovely Lane One taken to hospital after three car crash on Lovely Lane

THREE cars were involved in a crash on Lovely Lane this morning, a short distance from where mum-of-four Donna Davies was knocked down and killed.

Police say they were called to the incident at 6.59am today, Thursday, at the junction with Collin Street, close to Warrington Hospital.

A Peugeot 206, Ford Fiesta and Toyota Auris were all involved, according to officers.

The North West Ambulance Service said two people were treated at the scene for minor injuries.

One person was taken to Warrington Hospital for further treatment, it added.

Anyone with information can call police on 101 quoting incident number 103 of March 13.

The incident happened close to where Mrs Davies was fatally hit by an Audi A4 on April 25, last year.

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4:29pm Thu 13 Mar 14

GRUMPY PARENT says...

Well Mr Davies is fighting for something to be done on Lovely lane, maybe this will make the Council, Highways Agency, do something about it! What more do they actually need?
Still Grumpy
Well Mr Davies is fighting for something to be done on Lovely lane, maybe this will make the Council, Highways Agency, do something about it! What more do they actually need? Still Grumpy GRUMPY PARENT
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7:06pm Thu 13 Mar 14

Paul9994 says...

Believe it or not grumpy parent, still no one from the council, highways agency as not bothered to contact me, how many lives must be lost or fatal injuries on that road or is it the fact that their budgets are more important than the cost of a human life??
Believe it or not grumpy parent, still no one from the council, highways agency as not bothered to contact me, how many lives must be lost or fatal injuries on that road or is it the fact that their budgets are more important than the cost of a human life?? Paul9994
  • Score: 3

8:36pm Thu 13 Mar 14

fedster says...

well its something they will have to look into a lady from down south has just started a law suit blaming the local council for her husbands death.


wont be long before councils insurance premiums will rise.
well its something they will have to look into a lady from down south has just started a law suit blaming the local council for her husbands death. wont be long before councils insurance premiums will rise. fedster
  • Score: 0

8:35am Fri 14 Mar 14

comwgn says...

You really cannot expect wbc highways department to actually speak to you, can you?
You really cannot expect wbc highways department to actually speak to you, can you? comwgn
  • Score: -3

3:35pm Sat 15 Mar 14

GRUMPY PARENT says...

Paul9994 wrote:
Believe it or not grumpy parent, still no one from the council, highways agency as not bothered to contact me, how many lives must be lost or fatal injuries on that road or is it the fact that their budgets are more important than the cost of a human life??
Well being honest with you Paul, I am not yet, from what I have read, 100% convinced that Lovely Lane was the cause of Donna's death. I believe there were many factor's mainly being the drivers ability and capability to be driving in the first place. That said Lovely Lane does need looking at by the Council and Highways agency as it is more than self evident there are issues on this road. I also hope that you have kept up your campaign for justice for Donna in appealing the drivers appallingly lenient sentence and I can assure you that you have the full backing of Warrington resident's in doing so. Keep fighting Paul until you get justice for your family and more importantly for Donna. The WG say above knocked down and killed, I say knocked down and murdered. (that is just my opinion though).
[quote][p][bold]Paul9994[/bold] wrote: Believe it or not grumpy parent, still no one from the council, highways agency as not bothered to contact me, how many lives must be lost or fatal injuries on that road or is it the fact that their budgets are more important than the cost of a human life??[/p][/quote]Well being honest with you Paul, I am not yet, from what I have read, 100% convinced that Lovely Lane was the cause of Donna's death. I believe there were many factor's mainly being the drivers ability and capability to be driving in the first place. That said Lovely Lane does need looking at by the Council and Highways agency as it is more than self evident there are issues on this road. I also hope that you have kept up your campaign for justice for Donna in appealing the drivers appallingly lenient sentence and I can assure you that you have the full backing of Warrington resident's in doing so. Keep fighting Paul until you get justice for your family and more importantly for Donna. The WG say above knocked down and killed, I say knocked down and murdered. (that is just my opinion though). GRUMPY PARENT
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