Wednesday 15 December 2010

Inanimate objects repeatedly collide with drivers

Abad Sajad, 33, of Lea Bridge Road, Leyton, was one of the drivers who crashed into the traffic island on Saturday.

The crash caused him to have a serious asthma attack, which has since kept him off work.

He said: "I didn't even see (the traffic island). It was really dangerous. Someone could have been killed.”

The traffic island in question is the next one along from the one I recently blogged about here.

And for an instructive tale with ramifications about someone who

crashed into a bollard

do read this.

Meanwhile at 5 pm yesterday in Walthamstow a wall near the Crooked Billet collided with A single vehicle travelling eastbound.

A few days earlier

A CRASH involving three cars closed a main road in Chingford.

The vehicles involved are thought to be an Alpha Romeo, a Vauxhall Astra and a Mitsubishi Raging Bull.

Are those who drive a Raging Bull, or an Intimidator, or a Warrior trying to tell us something?