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Coach and car crash outside Brighton's Palace Pier

The Argus: Picture by Andie Melvin-Harris Picture by Andie Melvin-Harris

A coach and car have crashed outside the Palace Pier on Brighton seafront, causing traffic delays on the busy A259.

Police and East Sussex Fire and Rescue were called to the scene at about 3.30pm this afternoon.

They are still on the scene while the incident is dealt with.

No details have been released about those involved in the crash but it is understood no-one was injured.

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5:00pm Wed 19 Mar 14

spa301 says...

Is that the coach or just a coach?
Perhaps the Greens could spend some of their parking charge levies on replacing those bollards in the forefront of the picture?
Is that the coach or just a coach? Perhaps the Greens could spend some of their parking charge levies on replacing those bollards in the forefront of the picture? spa301
  • Score: 0

5:07pm Wed 19 Mar 14

Brighton Living says...

That round around is a hazard and has to many traffic lights to close to it so it's always gridlocked..
That round around is a hazard and has to many traffic lights to close to it so it's always gridlocked.. Brighton Living
  • Score: 0

7:00pm Wed 19 Mar 14

sabbat36 says...

Brighton Living wrote:
That round around is a hazard and has to many traffic lights to close to it so it's always gridlocked..
by people proceeding when their exit is not clear.
[quote][p][bold]Brighton Living[/bold] wrote: That round around is a hazard and has to many traffic lights to close to it so it's always gridlocked..[/p][/quote]by people proceeding when their exit is not clear. sabbat36
  • Score: 8

7:10pm Wed 19 Mar 14

qm says...

spa301 wrote:
Is that the coach or just a coach?
Perhaps the Greens could spend some of their parking charge levies on replacing those bollards in the forefront of the picture?
Obviously been ridden over by those pesky cyclist chappies . . . . . couldn't possibly be those Highway Code abiding speed limit obeying courteous gentlemen in their motor carriages now could it?
[quote][p][bold]spa301[/bold] wrote: Is that the coach or just a coach? Perhaps the Greens could spend some of their parking charge levies on replacing those bollards in the forefront of the picture?[/p][/quote]Obviously been ridden over by those pesky cyclist chappies . . . . . couldn't possibly be those Highway Code abiding speed limit obeying courteous gentlemen in their motor carriages now could it? qm
  • Score: -4

11:42pm Wed 19 Mar 14

andyfm says...

Where is the picture of the Fire Engine????
Where is the picture of the Fire Engine???? andyfm
  • Score: 5

9:01am Thu 20 Mar 14

rayellerton says...

It amazes me that when a no injury RTA happens that they dont move the vehicles to the side of the road like they used to!
It amazes me that when a no injury RTA happens that they dont move the vehicles to the side of the road like they used to! rayellerton
  • Score: 5

11:07am Thu 20 Mar 14

spa301 says...

qm wrote:
spa301 wrote:
Is that the coach or just a coach?
Perhaps the Greens could spend some of their parking charge levies on replacing those bollards in the forefront of the picture?
Obviously been ridden over by those pesky cyclist chappies . . . . . couldn't possibly be those Highway Code abiding speed limit obeying courteous gentlemen in their motor carriages now could it?
Surely all the money in the Greens parking charges coffers comes from the motorists and not the 'pesky cyclist chappies'?
[quote][p][bold]qm[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]spa301[/bold] wrote: Is that the coach or just a coach? Perhaps the Greens could spend some of their parking charge levies on replacing those bollards in the forefront of the picture?[/p][/quote]Obviously been ridden over by those pesky cyclist chappies . . . . . couldn't possibly be those Highway Code abiding speed limit obeying courteous gentlemen in their motor carriages now could it?[/p][/quote]Surely all the money in the Greens parking charges coffers comes from the motorists and not the 'pesky cyclist chappies'? spa301
  • Score: 2

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