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Old September 26th 09, 08:16 AM posted to uk.rec.cycling,uk.legal
Doug[_3_]
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Default Children injured on pavement by motorist.

A bicycle on a pavement could not possibly cause as much carnage as
this car and yet cycling on pavements is all we ever hear about.

"Seven children were being treated in hospital after a car ploughed
into a school group in a village.

A 40-year-old woman was arrested on suspicion of dangerous driving
following the incident in Worlingham, Suffolk, this afternoon.

A police spokeswoman said two of the children, were seriously injured,
with one having two broken legs.
8 children injured after car hit them in Worlingham

The youngsters, aged nine or ten, were hit by the car as they stood
outside All Saints' Church in the village shortly before 2pm. A 21-
year-old man going to a funeral at the time of the incident was also
hurt...

....School headteacher Mike Croft said the youngsters were year five
pupils on a supervised walk aimed at introducing them to the local
area.

He said around 20 pupils - plus a female teacher and female teaching
assistant - were walking past the village church on a pavement when
the accident happened shortly before 2pm..."

Read mo
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/arti...#ixzz0SC6MYTUI

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Old September 26th 09, 08:55 AM posted to uk.rec.cycling,uk.legal
PeterG
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Default Children injured on pavement by motorist.

On Sep 26, 8:16*am, Doug wrote:
A bicycle on a pavement could not possibly cause as much carnage as
this car and yet cycling on pavements is all we ever hear about.

"Seven children were being treated in hospital after a car ploughed
into a school group in a village.

A 40-year-old woman was arrested on suspicion of dangerous driving
following the incident in Worlingham, Suffolk, this afternoon.

A police spokeswoman said two of the children, were seriously injured,
with one having two broken legs.
8 children injured after car hit them in Worlingham

The youngsters, aged nine or ten, were hit by the car as they stood
outside All Saints' Church in the village shortly before 2pm. A 21-
year-old man going to a funeral at the time of the incident was also
hurt...

...School headteacher Mike Croft said the youngsters were year five
pupils on a supervised walk aimed at introducing them to the local
area.

He said around 20 pupils - plus a female teacher and female teaching
assistant - were walking past the village church on a pavement when
the accident happened shortly before 2pm..."

Read mohttp://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/arti...hildren-injure...

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So you are saying that the motorist delibratly drove on the pavement?

PeterG
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Old September 26th 09, 09:19 AM posted to uk.rec.cycling,uk.legal
Bill
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Default Children injured on pavement by motorist.


"PeterG" wrote in message
...
On Sep 26, 8:16 am, Doug wrote:
A bicycle on a pavement could not possibly cause as much carnage as
this car and yet cycling on pavements is all we ever hear about.

"Seven children were being treated in hospital after a car ploughed
into a school group in a village.

A 40-year-old woman was arrested on suspicion of dangerous driving
following the incident in Worlingham, Suffolk, this afternoon.

A police spokeswoman said two of the children, were seriously injured,
with one having two broken legs.
8 children injured after car hit them in Worlingham

The youngsters, aged nine or ten, were hit by the car as they stood
outside All Saints' Church in the village shortly before 2pm. A 21-
year-old man going to a funeral at the time of the incident was also
hurt...

...School headteacher Mike Croft said the youngsters were year five
pupils on a supervised walk aimed at introducing them to the local
area.

He said around 20 pupils - plus a female teacher and female teaching
assistant - were walking past the village church on a pavement when
the accident happened shortly before 2pm..."

Read
mohttp://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/arti...hildren-injure...

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So you are saying that the motorist delibratly drove on the pavement?

PeterG

On the Anglia News last night that suggestion was made. The accident
occured outside a church where a funeral was taking place and it was mooted
that she mounted the pavement to get round the funeral vehicles. I can't
say it for a fact, but I am sure that more details will eventually come out.

Bill



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Old September 26th 09, 11:07 AM posted to uk.rec.cycling,uk.legal
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Default Children injured on pavement by motorist.

Doug wrote:
A bicycle on a pavement could not possibly cause as much carnage as
this car and yet cycling on pavements is all we ever hear about.



No, all we ever hear about is what you cut and paste....
over and over and over again!

Oh **** it I've had enough, you and your coma are going in the bozo bin!

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Old September 26th 09, 11:39 AM posted to uk.rec.cycling,uk.legal
Doug[_3_]
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Default Children injured on pavement by motorist.

On 26 Sep, 08:55, PeterG wrote:
On Sep 26, 8:16*am, Doug wrote:



A bicycle on a pavement could not possibly cause as much carnage as
this car and yet cycling on pavements is all we ever hear about.


"Seven children were being treated in hospital after a car ploughed
into a school group in a village.


A 40-year-old woman was arrested on suspicion of dangerous driving
following the incident in Worlingham, Suffolk, this afternoon.


A police spokeswoman said two of the children, were seriously injured,
with one having two broken legs.
8 children injured after car hit them in Worlingham


The youngsters, aged nine or ten, were hit by the car as they stood
outside All Saints' Church in the village shortly before 2pm. A 21-
year-old man going to a funeral at the time of the incident was also
hurt...


...School headteacher Mike Croft said the youngsters were year five
pupils on a supervised walk aimed at introducing them to the local
area.


He said around 20 pupils - plus a female teacher and female teaching
assistant - were walking past the village church on a pavement when
the accident happened shortly before 2pm..."


Read mohttp://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/arti...hildren-injure...



So you are saying that the motorist delibratly drove on the pavement?

No I am saying that not even pavements, forget about public roads, are
safe from motorists. There are even cases where motorists have rammed
through the walls of homes and put the people inside at risk. If you
can't be safe in your own home from motorists where can you be safe?

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Old September 26th 09, 12:02 PM posted to uk.rec.cycling,uk.legal
Sam
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Default Children injured on pavement by motorist.


"Doug" wrote in message
...
On 26 Sep, 08:55, PeterG wrote:
On Sep 26, 8:16 am, Doug wrote:



A bicycle on a pavement could not possibly cause as much carnage as
this car and yet cycling on pavements is all we ever hear about.


"Seven children were being treated in hospital after a car ploughed
into a school group in a village.


A 40-year-old woman was arrested on suspicion of dangerous driving
following the incident in Worlingham, Suffolk, this afternoon.


A police spokeswoman said two of the children, were seriously injured,
with one having two broken legs.
8 children injured after car hit them in Worlingham


The youngsters, aged nine or ten, were hit by the car as they stood
outside All Saints' Church in the village shortly before 2pm. A 21-
year-old man going to a funeral at the time of the incident was also
hurt...


...School headteacher Mike Croft said the youngsters were year five
pupils on a supervised walk aimed at introducing them to the local
area.


He said around 20 pupils - plus a female teacher and female teaching
assistant - were walking past the village church on a pavement when
the accident happened shortly before 2pm..."


Read
mohttp://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/arti...hildren-injure...



So you are saying that the motorist delibratly drove on the pavement?

No I am saying that not even pavements, forget about public roads, are
safe from motorists. There are even cases where motorists have rammed
through the walls of homes and put the people inside at risk. If you
can't be safe in your own home from motorists where can you be safe?


Tescos?


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Old September 26th 09, 12:23 PM posted to uk.rec.cycling,uk.legal
Mrcheerful[_2_]
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Default Children injured on pavement by motorist.

Sam wrote:
"Doug" wrote in message
...
On 26 Sep, 08:55, PeterG wrote:
On Sep 26, 8:16 am, Doug wrote:



A bicycle on a pavement could not possibly cause as much carnage as
this car and yet cycling on pavements is all we ever hear about.


"Seven children were being treated in hospital after a car ploughed
into a school group in a village.


A 40-year-old woman was arrested on suspicion of dangerous driving
following the incident in Worlingham, Suffolk, this afternoon.


A police spokeswoman said two of the children, were seriously
injured, with one having two broken legs.
8 children injured after car hit them in Worlingham


The youngsters, aged nine or ten, were hit by the car as they stood
outside All Saints' Church in the village shortly before 2pm. A 21-
year-old man going to a funeral at the time of the incident was also
hurt...


...School headteacher Mike Croft said the youngsters were year five
pupils on a supervised walk aimed at introducing them to the local
area.


He said around 20 pupils - plus a female teacher and female teaching
assistant - were walking past the village church on a pavement when
the accident happened shortly before 2pm..."


Read
mohttp://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/arti...hildren-injure...



So you are saying that the motorist delibratly drove on the pavement?

No I am saying that not even pavements, forget about public roads,
are safe from motorists. There are even cases where motorists have
rammed through the walls of homes and put the people inside at risk.
If you can't be safe in your own home from motorists where can you
be safe?


Tescos?


no, see the rolls royce/tescos smash thread.


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Old September 26th 09, 12:25 PM posted to uk.rec.cycling,uk.legal
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Default Children injured on pavement by motorist.

Doug wrote:
On 26 Sep, 08:55, PeterG wrote:
On Sep 26, 8:16 am, Doug wrote:



A bicycle on a pavement could not possibly cause as much carnage as
this car and yet cycling on pavements is all we ever hear about.
"Seven children were being treated in hospital after a car ploughed
into a school group in a village.
A 40-year-old woman was arrested on suspicion of dangerous driving
following the incident in Worlingham, Suffolk, this afternoon.
A police spokeswoman said two of the children, were seriously injured,
with one having two broken legs.
8 children injured after car hit them in Worlingham
The youngsters, aged nine or ten, were hit by the car as they stood
outside All Saints' Church in the village shortly before 2pm. A 21-
year-old man going to a funeral at the time of the incident was also
hurt...
...School headteacher Mike Croft said the youngsters were year five
pupils on a supervised walk aimed at introducing them to the local
area.
He said around 20 pupils - plus a female teacher and female teaching
assistant - were walking past the village church on a pavement when
the accident happened shortly before 2pm..."
Read mohttp://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/arti...hildren-injure...


So you are saying that the motorist delibratly drove on the pavement?

No I am saying that not even pavements, forget about public roads, are
safe from motorists. There are even cases where motorists have rammed
through the walls of homes and put the people inside at risk. If you
can't be safe in your own home from motorists where can you be safe?

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www.zing.icom43.net
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Old September 26th 09, 12:50 PM posted to uk.rec.cycling,uk.legal
Shaun[_2_]
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Default Children injured on pavement by motorist.

On Sat, 26 Sep 2009 00:16:01 -0700 (PDT), Doug
wrote:

A bicycle on a pavement could not possibly cause as much carnage as
this car and yet cycling on pavements is all we ever hear about.

Reckless cycling on the pavement is so part everyday experience it
isn't worthy of reporting.

Cars running people down on the pavement is so rare its worthy of
making the national news.
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Old September 26th 09, 12:53 PM posted to uk.rec.cycling,uk.legal
Shaun[_2_]
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Default Children injured on pavement by motorist.

On Sat, 26 Sep 2009 03:39:30 -0700 (PDT), Doug
wrote:

On 26 Sep, 08:55, PeterG wrote:
On Sep 26, 8:16=A0am, Doug wrote:



A bicycle on a pavement could not possibly cause as much carnage as
this car and yet cycling on pavements is all we ever hear about.


"Seven children were being treated in hospital after a car ploughed
into a school group in a village.


A 40-year-old woman was arrested on suspicion of dangerous driving
following the incident in Worlingham, Suffolk, this afternoon.


A police spokeswoman said two of the children, were seriously injured,
with one having two broken legs.
8 children injured after car hit them in Worlingham


The youngsters, aged nine or ten, were hit by the car as they stood
outside All Saints' Church in the village shortly before 2pm. A 21-
year-old man going to a funeral at the time of the incident was also
hurt...


...School headteacher Mike Croft said the youngsters were year five
pupils on a supervised walk aimed at introducing them to the local
area.


He said around 20 pupils - plus a female teacher and female teaching
assistant - were walking past the village church on a pavement when
the accident happened shortly before 2pm..."


Read mohttp://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/arti...Eight-childre=

n-injure...


So you are saying that the motorist delibratly drove on the pavement?

No I am saying that not even pavements, forget about public roads, are
safe from motorists. There are even cases where motorists have rammed
through the walls of homes and put the people inside at risk. If you
can't be safe in your own home from motorists where can you be safe?


In your own little bedsit, typing your life away because you can't
afford a car to go anywhere
 




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