Pair left injured after collision at Brighton Road/Cavendish Road junction

Pair left injured after collision at Brighton Road/Cavendish Road junction

Pair left injured after collision at Brighton Road/Cavendish Road junction

First published in News Sutton Guardian: Photograph of the Author by , Chief Reporter

Two people were injured in a collision at a busy Sutton junction.

A man and a woman were taken to hospital after two cars collided at the junction of Brighton Road and Cavendish Road shortly before 1pm on Sunday.

Emergency services attended and took the pair to hospital. Their injuries are not believed to be life-threatening or life-changing.

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3:22pm Fri 28 Mar 14

Mr Flange of Wallington says...

Another article to fill the quota?

Where is the news worthiness here? And a week after it happened.
Another article to fill the quota? Where is the news worthiness here? And a week after it happened. Mr Flange of Wallington
  • Score: 12

11:16pm Sat 29 Mar 14

Brianfromsutton says...

Mr Flange of Wallington wrote:
Another article to fill the quota?

Where is the news worthiness here? And a week after it happened.
I saw a cyclist fall off his bike and scratch his knee the other day... will that make the Front Page ?
[quote][p][bold]Mr Flange of Wallington[/bold] wrote: Another article to fill the quota? Where is the news worthiness here? And a week after it happened.[/p][/quote]I saw a cyclist fall off his bike and scratch his knee the other day... will that make the Front Page ? Brianfromsutton
  • Score: 5

4:59pm Sun 30 Mar 14

Michael Pantlin says...

The accompanying article "Popular furniture store to close because of spiralling rents" for some unexplained reason has no comments box so I'll post here. About six months ago I visited in the middle of the day to buy a bed and mattress but found the door locked, shop empty of staff, and no information when they would re-open. Neither was the telephone answered. So it was not a "popular" store in my opinion. I took my business to Hamseys who were open for business and gave great service. Perhaps the lease is only part of the problem?
The accompanying article "Popular furniture store to close because of spiralling rents" for some unexplained reason has no comments box so I'll post here. About six months ago I visited in the middle of the day to buy a bed and mattress but found the door locked, shop empty of staff, and no information when they would re-open. Neither was the telephone answered. So it was not a "popular" store in my opinion. I took my business to Hamseys who were open for business and gave great service. Perhaps the lease is only part of the problem? Michael Pantlin
  • Score: 7

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