These are from mid sept, just some photos of some vehicles encountered on a traverse of the city, from Monty to the Triangle.
#1: Upper Cheltenham Place 16:02, September 9.
There's a car in the middle of the road; it's go belongings in the back including a childs seat. A PCSO is looking in it. Left hand side of the vehicle is pretty bashed up. No other vehicles "unusally" bashed. No skid/ABS marks. Other than the PCSO, nobody is paying any attention.
@2: Nugent Hill, 16:15, September 9.
A car is on the pavement/build-out on Nugent Hill. Both sides of the car are bashed, the gap between them suspiciously as wide as the gap between the two cast iron bollards just in front of the vehicle.
Again, nobody around. This one looks exactly what you'd get when you were parked on the hill, the handbrake wasn't on (+wheels not turned, engine not left in gear), and the car rolled down the hill. If that' the case, at least it didn't hut anyone or any other vehicle. Provided the engine hasn't been damaged/pushed into the passenger compartment, then the VW polo should already be up and running by now.
Overall then: the background hum of bodywork repairs which keeps the city alive.
Monday, 16 October 2017
No idea whatsoever
Posted by Bristol Traffic at 07:00
Labels: nugent-hill, RTC, upper-cheltenham-place
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