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4:43pm Fri 27 Jun 14

GreatOdin'sRaven says...

"Driver reported for no licence" according to one of the tweets, which means no valid insurance either. He/she ought to be billed by the emergency services for their time! It's just fortunate that no other vehicles were involved.
"Driver reported for no licence" according to one of the tweets, which means no valid insurance either. He/she ought to be billed by the emergency services for their time! It's just fortunate that no other vehicles were involved. GreatOdin'sRaven
  • Score: 16

9:23am Sun 29 Jun 14

loz1810 says...

Accident had nothing to do with whether dricer had licence or not. Was to do with the slippery road surface. The car driving behind almost went the same way and so did a lorry. If it werent 2 men at the scene slowing the traffic down many more would have gone down there too!
Accident had nothing to do with whether dricer had licence or not. Was to do with the slippery road surface. The car driving behind almost went the same way and so did a lorry. If it werent 2 men at the scene slowing the traffic down many more would have gone down there too! loz1810
  • Score: -5

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