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BT Crashes Again

In the early hours of Tuesday 11th October, I'm told about 4am, a car failed to make the sweeping righthand bend at the top of Preston Down Road just past the shops.

Once again the BT Box, a car, a trailer and garage were all damaged.

The car occupants disappeared by the time police arrived from Exeter. ( That's another issue) When the car owner was informed later by the police they said the vehicle had been stolen. Strange that the keys were found in the car at the scene. Come to your own conclusions.

Surely there is a good case for the placing of a barrier on this bend to prevent someone being hurt in the future.


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