Big smash in Wanniassa

johnboy 25 March 2012 15

Eight people including five children have been taken to hospital following a two car accident at Wanniassa this afternoon.

The ACT Ambulance Service and ACT Fire & Rescue were called to the corner of Drakeford Drive and Tavner street just after 12:30pm.

Firefighters had to cut one patient out of each car who were both trapped by confinement.

Four intensive care ambulance crews treated and stabilised a total of eight patients on scene before transporting them all to The Canberra Hospital in stable conditions.

The patients ranged in aged from 5 to 50.

1:21pm Sunday 25 March 2012

[Courtesy ESA]


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Pork Hunt Pork Hunt 8:58 pm 26 Mar 12

Ben_Dover said :

pikiran_keruh said :

eight people to hospital and all you care about is the sentence structure….what small lives

Crikey no, it’s not just sentence structure we care about! There’s grammar and spelling too.

Capital E on “Eight” and a capital W on “What”, please. Three full stops and no capitalisation? Criminal.

If you can’t get the little things right, what hope is there for the big things in life?

Ben_Dover Ben_Dover 3:20 pm 26 Mar 12

pikiran_keruh said :

eight people to hospital and all you care about is the sentence structure….what small lives

Crikey no, it’s not just sentence structure we care about! There’s grammar and spelling too.

Capital E on “Eight” and a capital W on “What”, please. Three full stops and no capitalisation? Criminal.

pikiran_keruh pikiran_keruh 1:00 pm 26 Mar 12

eight people to hospital and all you care about is the sentence structure….what small lives

Ben_Dover Ben_Dover 12:45 pm 26 Mar 12

milkman said :

Poor things, hope they make a full fast recovery.

Me too, it breaks my heart to see poor little those “of” being so badly missused.

Thoroughly Smashed Thoroughly Smashed 11:05 am 26 Mar 12

Is there a corollary of Poe’s Law that refers to jokes being mistaken for political statements?

bitzermaloney bitzermaloney 10:27 am 26 Mar 12

ScienceRules said :

Both much better than being trapped by a crazed mining magnate!

What about being trapped by a mob of rancid unionists? Which is worse?

ScienceRules ScienceRules 9:44 am 26 Mar 12

Thoroughly Smashed said :

Trapped by confinement hey?

Better than being trapped by a crazed mining magnate I suppose.

Trapped by confinement – you can’t get out of the vehicle due to the damage as opposed to trapped by compression where parts of the vehicle are pinning/penetrating your body.

Both much better than being trapped by a crazed mining magnate!

Thoroughly Smashed Thoroughly Smashed 11:00 pm 25 Mar 12

Trapped by confinement hey?

Better than being trapped by a crazed mining magnate I suppose.

Woody Mann-Caruso Woody Mann-Caruso 7:51 pm 25 Mar 12

would of thought
could of added

[facepalm.jpg]

gooterz gooterz 7:21 pm 25 Mar 12

Must have been a day for it. About 5pm there was a nasty smash on Parkes way going west. Just before the commonwealth ave bridge overpass.

The white car was totalled from the front smashing into this fourwheel drive.

milkman milkman 6:04 pm 25 Mar 12

Poor things, hope they make a full fast recovery.

HenryBG HenryBG 5:39 pm 25 Mar 12

eily said :

Tavner St? Taverner St, I would of thought.
^^^^^^^^^
At least they could of added an apostrophe.
^^^^^^^^^^
Or has the Ozzie habit of shortening words struck again.

“…would have…” “..could have…”

buzz819 buzz819 5:26 pm 25 Mar 12

eily said :

Tavner St? Taverner St, I would of thought.

At least they could of added an apostrophe.

Or has the Ozzie habit of shortening words struck again.

Why do you care?

Do you write in and complain to the Canberra Times every time there is a typo, or News.com.au?

SolarPowered SolarPowered 5:16 pm 25 Mar 12

eily said :

Tavner St? Taverner St, I would of thought.

At least they could of added an apostrophe.

Or has the Ozzie habit of shortening words struck again.

While we are correcting grammar “Could of” should be “could have”.

Could’ve does not mean could of. Another great Aussie habit strikes again.

eily eily 4:27 pm 25 Mar 12

Tavner St? Taverner St, I would of thought.

At least they could of added an apostrophe.

Or has the Ozzie habit of shortening words struck again.

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