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Woman trapped in car after crash on Ginninderra Drive

Emily Morris 14 June 2018 8

ACT Fire & Rescue are on the scene of a car crash at the intersection of Tillyard Drive and Ginninderra Drive in Flynn and are working on freeing a woman who is trapped in her car.

Road users are encouraged to seek alternate routes as Ginninderra Drive city bound lanes are affected as the exit at Tillyard Drive is closed.

Image Source: Google Maps.

ACT Fire & Rescue and the ACT Ambulance Service were called to the crash scene just after 7 pm.

For latest updates please visit the ACT Emergency Services Agency website.

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7:00 pm 15 Jun 18

Canberra drivers are ridiculous seen first hand this week

8:52 pm 14 Jun 18

So the budget has the money for the upgrade. When it kicks in, the Government has to decide whether to do separate tenders for design and construct or combine them. Either way, by the time the specification is done, it will go to a tender, taking 4-6 weeks. The evaluation process will take 2-3 months. If it involves design, add 3 months and then another 3 or so for construction. Add another 8 weeks if they decide to separate the components into 2 pieces of work.

8:26 pm 14 Jun 18

GOt a flyer in the mail the other day saying that this intersection would be getting lights - sooner rather than later, I hope.

8:23 pm 14 Jun 18

Hope everyone’s ok

8:09 pm 14 Jun 18

#ACTgovernment please make this intersection safe it is so dangerous.

8:00 pm 14 Jun 18

Not another one! They can't do a proper redesign and rebuild on the intersection soon enough. My constant fear in over 15 years of using that intersection was witnessing a death. The ACT government tinkered with that intersection too many times without addressing the major risk factors.

    3:34 am 15 Jun 18

    Major risk factor? You mean Impatient drivers?

    3:57 pm 17 Jun 18

    Combine impatience, speeding, multiple lanes converging and poor intersection design and this happens. Share the road everyone, it's not a race and the only prize is getting home safely.

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