Delays for rush hour traffic following Arundel crash

A motorist required medical treatment following an early-morning road crash.

Paramedics treated a motorist for minor injuries following a two car collision in Ford Road, Arundel at just after 7am this morning.
 

The road was closed for about 40 minutes while emergency services organised the removal of the vehicles from the scene.

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10:41am Tue 4 Dec 12

spencer1973 says...

90 ??? Should have never been driving in the first place. You cant hold back the tide of time, make 75 the age when you MUST hang up your driving gloves for good.
90 ??? Should have never been driving in the first place. You cant hold back the tide of time, make 75 the age when you MUST hang up your driving gloves for good. spencer1973

2:24pm Tue 4 Dec 12

Whitelion says...

spencer1973 wrote:
90 ??? Should have never been driving in the first place. You cant hold back the tide of time, make 75 the age when you MUST hang up your driving gloves for good.
Think you've got the wrong thread. However, it's sad that the 90 year old gentleman died.

I thought over the age of 70 a driver has to pass a medical test.
[quote][p][bold]spencer1973[/bold] wrote: 90 ??? Should have never been driving in the first place. You cant hold back the tide of time, make 75 the age when you MUST hang up your driving gloves for good.[/p][/quote]Think you've got the wrong thread. However, it's sad that the 90 year old gentleman died. I thought over the age of 70 a driver has to pass a medical test. Whitelion

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