Biker injured in Billericay crash

Biker injured in Billericay crash

Biker injured in Billericay crash

First published in News Basildon Recorder: Photograph of the Author by , Reporter

A BIKER has been taken to hospital following a crash.

Emergency services were called to Noak Hill Road, Billericay at about 3.57pm today following a collision between a car and a motorcycle.

The motorcyclist, a man aged in his fourties, has been taken to Basildon Hospital.

His injuries are not thought to be life-threatening.

The road was blocked has been blocked for about three hours while police investigate.

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6:41pm Wed 13 Aug 14

sesibollox says...

FORTIES is the correct spelling; meanwhile back to the story in hand, Noak Hill Road, Billericay, is a notorious stretch of straight road, often used like a race track, by bikers, and again we have an accident, perhaps some speed humps would encourage them to SLOW DOWN
FORTIES is the correct spelling; meanwhile back to the story in hand, Noak Hill Road, Billericay, is a notorious stretch of straight road, often used like a race track, by bikers, and again we have an accident, perhaps some speed humps would encourage them to SLOW DOWN sesibollox
  • Score: 6

7:48pm Wed 13 Aug 14

annonnamus says...

sesibollox wrote:
FORTIES is the correct spelling; meanwhile back to the story in hand, Noak Hill Road, Billericay, is a notorious stretch of straight road, often used like a race track, by bikers, and again we have an accident, perhaps some speed humps would encourage them to SLOW DOWN
Now that is one long sentence you just created. I assume your full stop key is malfunctional. A paragraph consists of several sentences that are grouped together. As you immediately attacked the author for spelling, you shouldn't be hostile towards my comment. I therefore expect to see no negative comments. It is important that you take constructive criticism without it feeling it's a personal attack. I urge you to take a few basic lessons in sentence and paragraph construction. Finally, please check your full stop key is fully operational.
To the people involved in this 'incident', I hope the recovery of any sustained injuries are healed fast.
[quote][p][bold]sesibollox[/bold] wrote: FORTIES is the correct spelling; meanwhile back to the story in hand, Noak Hill Road, Billericay, is a notorious stretch of straight road, often used like a race track, by bikers, and again we have an accident, perhaps some speed humps would encourage them to SLOW DOWN[/p][/quote]Now that is one long sentence you just created. I assume your full stop key is malfunctional. A paragraph consists of several sentences that are grouped together. As you immediately attacked the author for spelling, you shouldn't be hostile towards my comment. I therefore expect to see no negative comments. It is important that you take constructive criticism without it feeling it's a personal attack. I urge you to take a few basic lessons in sentence and paragraph construction. Finally, please check your full stop key is fully operational. To the people involved in this 'incident', I hope the recovery of any sustained injuries are healed fast. annonnamus
  • Score: -6

8:10pm Wed 13 Aug 14

sesibollox says...

annonnamus wrote:
sesibollox wrote:
FORTIES is the correct spelling; meanwhile back to the story in hand, Noak Hill Road, Billericay, is a notorious stretch of straight road, often used like a race track, by bikers, and again we have an accident, perhaps some speed humps would encourage them to SLOW DOWN
Now that is one long sentence you just created. I assume your full stop key is malfunctional. A paragraph consists of several sentences that are grouped together. As you immediately attacked the author for spelling, you shouldn't be hostile towards my comment. I therefore expect to see no negative comments. It is important that you take constructive criticism without it feeling it's a personal attack. I urge you to take a few basic lessons in sentence and paragraph construction. Finally, please check your full stop key is fully operational.
To the people involved in this 'incident', I hope the recovery of any sustained injuries are healed fast.
I was rather hoping to see a paragraph from you.
You can join Super in detention, where together you'll learn a few basics.
[quote][p][bold]annonnamus[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sesibollox[/bold] wrote: FORTIES is the correct spelling; meanwhile back to the story in hand, Noak Hill Road, Billericay, is a notorious stretch of straight road, often used like a race track, by bikers, and again we have an accident, perhaps some speed humps would encourage them to SLOW DOWN[/p][/quote]Now that is one long sentence you just created. I assume your full stop key is malfunctional. A paragraph consists of several sentences that are grouped together. As you immediately attacked the author for spelling, you shouldn't be hostile towards my comment. I therefore expect to see no negative comments. It is important that you take constructive criticism without it feeling it's a personal attack. I urge you to take a few basic lessons in sentence and paragraph construction. Finally, please check your full stop key is fully operational. To the people involved in this 'incident', I hope the recovery of any sustained injuries are healed fast.[/p][/quote]I was rather hoping to see a paragraph from you. You can join Super in detention, where together you'll learn a few basics. sesibollox
  • Score: 6

9:29am Thu 14 Aug 14

Ugly says...

sesibollox wrote:
FORTIES is the correct spelling; meanwhile back to the story in hand, Noak Hill Road, Billericay, is a notorious stretch of straight road, often used like a race track, by bikers, and again we have an accident, perhaps some speed humps would encourage them to SLOW DOWN
You are quick to intimate or assume the Biker is at fault, are the cars in billericay all fitted with a speed limiter and safety features that eliminate them from causing accidents?
[quote][p][bold]sesibollox[/bold] wrote: FORTIES is the correct spelling; meanwhile back to the story in hand, Noak Hill Road, Billericay, is a notorious stretch of straight road, often used like a race track, by bikers, and again we have an accident, perhaps some speed humps would encourage them to SLOW DOWN[/p][/quote]You are quick to intimate or assume the Biker is at fault, are the cars in billericay all fitted with a speed limiter and safety features that eliminate them from causing accidents? Ugly
  • Score: -8

9:43am Thu 14 Aug 14

nightraven says...

If car users used their indicators properly a lot of bike accidents wouldn't happen. Indicators are to tell people what you are going to do.
If car users used their indicators properly a lot of bike accidents wouldn't happen. Indicators are to tell people what you are going to do. nightraven
  • Score: -8

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