TWO-VEHICLE CRASH ON PENARTH ROAD

The scene of this morning's crash (Photo South Wales Police)

The scene of this morning’s crash (Photo South Wales Police)

Two vehicles were involved in a collision on the Penarth Road – the main road between Cardiff and Penarth – this morning .

One of the cars was a white  saloon . South Wales Police said the second vehicle failed to stop.

The accident happened near the bridge over the River Ely close to the spot where there was a fatal accident at the end of last year .

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4 Responses to TWO-VEHICLE CRASH ON PENARTH ROAD

  1. Lavernock Road Motorist says:

    So many crashes in and around Penarth of late what is up with these people, is it the weather or just carelessness?

    You readers may be interested in a close call I had last week when someone stuck a yellow flyer under my wiper. I saw it there only when I got into the car but decided not to get out and move it. Anyway, it started to rain and I turned on my wipers, the glue on the note started to smear across my window and my visibility was servery reduced. I could have lost control. I have learned a valuable lesson to always check for notes under the wiper before you set off. If you have time you can find out where they have come from, but only if you work part time.

  2. Lindsay says:

    Oh no, here we go again

  3. Colin says:

    Hey, Lavernock road motorist, thanks for “posting-it”!!!

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