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Thank you for your reply regarding the welfare of the older gentleman who was involved in the accident near Sainsbury's Dizz, you were the only member who showed concern over his welfare the others we

This thread has become more clogged than Sainsburys the other day

I keep trying to forget mine too but alas it's embedded in my brain cell and as hard as I try I just can't erase it   Nice to see you back on here though Baz and I see your fab pics on WM and WPWB

It's on the front news page Obs althogh it says 'photo submitted' so not a Gary one.

It said on the radio and hour or so ago that the driver had to be cut from the car and is though to have serious injuries :(  Hope he's going to be ok....

I must admit I was going to Tesco (and even more supermarkets are available) and Screwfix both up Winwick Road and considering it was 5.45pm and Church Street was closed there was no traffic on Wilderspool Causeway at all and I even sailed through Bridge Foot too (bit of a queue on Mersey Street due to the new carpark traffic lights)....but then no traffic again and same up Winwick Road.   It only took me 10 minutes and normally that time of the day it would take well over 30 minutes if not longer.  Maybe everyone was just avoiding the whole area though presuming town centre would be gridlocked.

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Can't one stop being bone idle and walk to the bus staion? It's not far away :rolleyes:. Or maybe have a bit of patience and wait until the roads are clear again?

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3 hours ago, observer said:

Tell that to the grid lockers !  :D

Who are these magical creatures Obs? Pray enlighten us.

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The driver of the car involved is 84 years old and mounted the pavement after being blinded by the sun when he flipped the car, he is perfectly all right other than grazing one of his fingers, he was taken to hospital and checked over and was released later that day. The gentleman in question is a fiend of one of my wife's friends and rang her to give her the details in case she was worried.

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