Ticket office car crash

Berrylands station rammed.

The South West Trains worker was taken by ambulance to Kingston Hospital suffering from back pain, while the driver was unharmed. The female driver, believed to be in her 60s, was doing a three point turn when the accident happened about 11am.

Sheila Hyson, who runs Elsa Brown florist opposite the station, said the driver had just bought a plant from her shop and minutes later she heard a "very heavy bang".

A spokeswoman from South West Trains said, "The ticket office suffered significant damage in the incident and is currently closed until further notice."


I think there's more to come in the way of accidents in our small compact centre. Motor bikers that have total disregard for their speed adjacent to Claremont park. The red funny car with the 'pointless' engine noise pollution, the white subaru with the outdated pathetic rear spoiler that went out with the ark, and of course the baby boy racers trying their best to impress the 16 year old girlfriends! All of which break the speed limit. You know who you are, you knobs!! If you want speed go on the ****ing motorway!!!!!
About time the police started to do a little policing before it all ends in tears??

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