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Did you see the Higgins collision?

By johnboy - 1 November 2013 8

ACT Policing is seeking witnesses to a collision that occurred in Higgins yesterday afternoon (Thursday, 31 October).

At 3.30pm a silver Hyundai Accent was driving north bound down Kingsford Smith Drive, Higgins when it collided into a light pole near the intersection of Wirraway Crescent.

The occupant of the vehicle was required to be cut free by the ACT Fire Brigade and was taken to The Canberra Hospital.

Police are urging witnesses who were in the area to come forward and provide information to police.

In particular police would like to speak to the driver of yellow sports car with a rear spoiler, or anyone who may have seen this car in the area at the time of the collision.

Anyone with information regarding this incident is urged to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or via www.act.crimestoppers.com.au. Information can be provided anonymously.

[Courtesy ACT Policing]

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8 Responses to
Did you see the Higgins collision?
davo101 11:19 am 01 Nov 13

Postalgeek said :

For a moment I thought we had our own Large Hadron Collider.

Those Higgins Bosons are hard to see.

neanderthalsis said :

goggles13 said :

is this proper english?

iIs this proper correct eEnglish. Fixed it for you.

What’s wrong with asking if it’s suitable or appropriate?

Henry82 11:15 am 01 Nov 13

breda said :

Heh,heh. ACT Policing’s media releases should be used in schools as examples of what not to do.

In the US, some primary school kids are correcting celebrity ‘tweets’.

http://deadspin.com/5980905/second-graders-correct-tweets-from-nfl-players-and-its-magical

poetix 11:12 am 01 Nov 13

Postalgeek said :

For a moment I thought we had our own Large Hadron Collider.

You the boson.

breda 11:00 am 01 Nov 13

“Is this proper English?”

—————————————–

Heh,heh. ACT Policing’s media releases should be used in schools as examples of what not to do.

That’s not the only howler in this one. To pick a random example, “the intersection of” should be “the intersection with.” And there are others.

They never fail to disappoint.

Postalgeek 10:54 am 01 Nov 13

neanderthalsis said :

goggles13 said :

is this proper english?

iIs this proper correct eEnglish. Fixed it for you.

You had that coming…

Postalgeek 10:54 am 01 Nov 13

For a moment I thought we had our own Large Hadron Collider.

neanderthalsis 10:36 am 01 Nov 13

goggles13 said :

is this proper english?

iIs this proper correct eEnglish. Fixed it for you.

goggles13 10:24 am 01 Nov 13

“it collided into a light pole”

is this proper english?

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