Crash blocks A4 at Marlborough

The Wiltshire Gazette and Herald: Police say the victim's injuries are not thought to be serious Police say the victim's injuries are not thought to be serious

Rescue services are at the A4 in Marlborough freeing a passenger trapped after the car in which she was travelling turned over on its roof.

Police say the car clipped a car parked on London Road and the momentum was enough to cause the first car to overturn, blocking the A4.

Officers say the driver was able to get out of the wreckage but his passenger, understood to be his wife, was trapped.

Two fire crews are on the scene and police say the victim's injuries are not thought to be serious. The operation to free the woman is complete.

The Wiltshire Air Ambulance landed in the nearby Elcot Lane recreation ground and, within this minute, has taken off.

Police are operating diversions along Elcot Lane and the unmade up Barnfield lane, but delays are inevitable

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8:24pm Sun 29 Jun 14

Countryman says...

Overturning a car on flat ground, on a 30mph road. Some how I think a bit more speed would be required to manage that.
Overturning a car on flat ground, on a 30mph road. Some how I think a bit more speed would be required to manage that. Countryman
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6:16pm Wed 2 Jul 14

chrisbizarre says...

Countryman wrote:
Overturning a car on flat ground, on a 30mph road. Some how I think a bit more speed would be required to manage that.
Not necessarily.
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[quote][p][bold]Countryman[/bold] wrote: Overturning a car on flat ground, on a 30mph road. Some how I think a bit more speed would be required to manage that.[/p][/quote]Not necessarily. http://www.dailymoti on.com/video/xtxk1y_ slow-moving-car-some how-rolls-over_fun chrisbizarre
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