UPDATED: Car overturns after hitting parked vehicle in High Wycombe

Bucks Free Press: UPDATED: Car overturns after hitting parked vehicle UPDATED: Car overturns after hitting parked vehicle

A MAN has been left with minor injuries after he crashed his vehicle into a parked car and overturned in Desborough Avenue this morning.

The man, who was driving a black Ford IMAX, hit a parked Mini and overturned leaving the road blocked for just under an hour.

The driver received treatment for his injuries in the back of an ambulance and no-one else is believed to have been hurt.

Police attended the scene at 9.20am and the road was opened again at 10am.

Two fire engines from High Wycombe also attended the scene this morning.

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12:21pm Thu 20 Feb 14

FarleyUK says...

BFP, why was my comment removed? Because I actually pointed something out, and happened to name the owner of the parked cars on the pavement outside the Wendover Arms pub, which is causing a driving hazard? Incidentally, it's obvious who the cars and 4x4s belong to as he has personalised number plates.
BFP, why was my comment removed? Because I actually pointed something out, and happened to name the owner of the parked cars on the pavement outside the Wendover Arms pub, which is causing a driving hazard? Incidentally, it's obvious who the cars and 4x4s belong to as he has personalised number plates. FarleyUK
  • Score: -11

1:05pm Thu 20 Feb 14

acjy1985 says...

Ford IMAX? Really BFP? I am sure they do a B-Max, C-Max and even an S-Max. I think you will find an IMAX is a cinema.
Ford IMAX? Really BFP? I am sure they do a B-Max, C-Max and even an S-Max. I think you will find an IMAX is a cinema. acjy1985
  • Score: -15

1:07pm Thu 20 Feb 14

big don g the 1st says...

FarleyUK wrote:
BFP, why was my comment removed? Because I actually pointed something out, and happened to name the owner of the parked cars on the pavement outside the Wendover Arms pub, which is causing a driving hazard? Incidentally, it's obvious who the cars and 4x4s belong to as he has personalised number plates.
They park their cars there to show off, right on the pavement situated on the corner at a T junction. Usually a Range Rover or two. There are 2 car parks for crying out loud. There are a couple of vans that also park there - one is from a car accident repair company (the irony) and the other a car valeter!

Some drinkers park their vans across the road outside the shops so they can have a few pints and not be seen driving out of the car park.
[quote][p][bold]FarleyUK[/bold] wrote: BFP, why was my comment removed? Because I actually pointed something out, and happened to name the owner of the parked cars on the pavement outside the Wendover Arms pub, which is causing a driving hazard? Incidentally, it's obvious who the cars and 4x4s belong to as he has personalised number plates.[/p][/quote]They park their cars there to show off, right on the pavement situated on the corner at a T junction. Usually a Range Rover or two. There are 2 car parks for crying out loud. There are a couple of vans that also park there - one is from a car accident repair company (the irony) and the other a car valeter! Some drinkers park their vans across the road outside the shops so they can have a few pints and not be seen driving out of the car park. big don g the 1st
  • Score: -9

11:30am Fri 21 Feb 14

qwerty95 says...

FarleyUK wrote:
BFP, why was my comment removed? Because I actually pointed something out, and happened to name the owner of the parked cars on the pavement outside the Wendover Arms pub, which is causing a driving hazard? Incidentally, it's obvious who the cars and 4x4s belong to as he has personalised number plates.
becuase clearly you arent allowed to name people! common sense!
[quote][p][bold]FarleyUK[/bold] wrote: BFP, why was my comment removed? Because I actually pointed something out, and happened to name the owner of the parked cars on the pavement outside the Wendover Arms pub, which is causing a driving hazard? Incidentally, it's obvious who the cars and 4x4s belong to as he has personalised number plates.[/p][/quote]becuase clearly you arent allowed to name people! common sense! qwerty95
  • Score: 22

2:14am Mon 24 Feb 14

Dickitdo says...

I would have thought if you drive into a stationary vehicle parked or otherwise you surely could not blame the owner of the stationary vehicle, but maybe common sense has gone out of the window . The driver of the Ford Imax was perhaps driving to slowly ,and it made the car fall over you know like falling of of your bike .
I would have thought if you drive into a stationary vehicle parked or otherwise you surely could not blame the owner of the stationary vehicle, but maybe common sense has gone out of the window . The driver of the Ford Imax was perhaps driving to slowly ,and it made the car fall over you know like falling of of your bike . Dickitdo
  • Score: 27

1:17pm Mon 24 Feb 14

TerriersResident says...

Why do the traffic wardens not ticket their cars when they're aprked at the front? Its double yellows there?
Why do the traffic wardens not ticket their cars when they're aprked at the front? Its double yellows there? TerriersResident
  • Score: 5

6:04pm Mon 24 Feb 14

rover27 says...

The Deeds Grove junction is bad enough at the best of times, but when stupid people park on the pavement outside the shops, blocking your vision of traffic coming down desborough ave, it's a accident waiting to happen, also why are certain people allowed to park on double yellow lines outside the launderette and fast food outlets on desborough road opposite the chemist causing hold ups, parking enforcement in the town seems very selective or are some just exempt.
The Deeds Grove junction is bad enough at the best of times, but when stupid people park on the pavement outside the shops, blocking your vision of traffic coming down desborough ave, it's a accident waiting to happen, also why are certain people allowed to park on double yellow lines outside the launderette and fast food outlets on desborough road opposite the chemist causing hold ups, parking enforcement in the town seems very selective or are some just exempt. rover27
  • Score: 7

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