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The car drove into the bus stop and broke in half! The driver with the passenger fled

The Ford Focus literally fell apart in two parts under the impact of a giant speed hit at the Whitworth bus stop near Rochdale. Witnesses say that the driver and the passenger have managed to get out of the vehicle and escape the accident site.

The accident happened on a Sunday evening – driving at a speed of about 70 miles per hour. The Ford Focus hit the bus stop, which was extremely unattainable. The impact was so great that the car broke up in half.

Witnesses of the incident said that both the driver and the passenger “miracle” got out of the vehicle and fled the scene. The police who intervened in the case began to search the area with a helicopter.

It is reported that the “refugees” are 17 or 18 years old. The street where the accident occurred was closed in both directions for 6 hours. One of the locals, 45-year-old Andi Jackson, said it was a miracle that no one was at the bus stop at that time.

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In an interview for the Manchester Evening News the witness said: “I heard a huge bang. I went to see what happened on the road and saw lots of lights and car parts scattered all over.The car was driving along Market Street about 70 or 80 miles per hour. The driver had to lose control of him and wiped almost the van.

He crashed into a bus stop and the entire rear of the car was on the other side of the road.Someone who was in the street told me that two teens had fled the car. It’s amazing that they managed to get out of it at all. They must have been injured. You can not shake the car without getting hurt yourself. Well, there was no one at the bus stop.

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A spokesman for Lancashire Police confirmed that the service was summoned to the scene of the accident around noon on Sunday: “Ford Focus hit the wall and then at the bus stop near Birches Hotel on Market Street. The driver of the car escaped from it a moment later. Officers searched the area for a driver and his passenger, but failed to locate them. No arrests have been made, and the investigation is ongoing. Please witness the incident to report to the police. “

Do you live in south east London? You have access to the worst railway in the UK!

Passengers living in south east London have a lot to complain about because they are officially the worst rail customers in the UK.

Southern, Thameslink, Southeastern and Great Northern are the carriers who are the least popular among the passengers who use them.

Do you live in south east London?  You have access to the worst railway in the UK!

Among Southern passengers only 72 percent. Thameslink is 75%, Great Northern 79%, and Southeast 81%.

The semi-annual survey was conducted by Transport Focus, an independent company that asked more than 55,000 people. Passengers traveling by train thus forming one of the largest passenger studies in the world.

Interestingly, the majority of London-based operators have reported an increase in customer satisfaction with their services, says Transport’s director, Anthony Smith

Passengers using the train in London and the southeast, however, are more satisfied with the operation of the trains as their satisfaction increased from 79 percent to 82 percent this year, and the data show that Southern is trying to regain its previously-repaired reputation with good service. , It’s good on both train and train stations, “said Smith.

“This shows that you can achieve a more acceptable position,” Smith added.

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“These signs of improvement, however, are very fragile and need to be cared for, but recovering the reputation will be difficult and will be under pressure to keep the current number of passengers.”

UK rail operators with the highest percentage of satisfied customers are Hull Trains (97%), Heathrow Express (97%), Grand Central (94%), Merseyrail (94%), Chiltern (92%). And Virgin Trains (92 percent).

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Belfast Airport Parking Cosmo

All Your Questions Answered For Belfast Airport Parking!

Research the parking options available to you through our parking website. Our recommended car parking at Belfast Airport is of a high standard, offering secure car parks close to the airport terminal with an efficient transfer service. If you are looking for parking for a holiday or longer trip, the Long or Mid Stay car parks will suit your requirements.

Cosmo Car Park is a few minutes’ walk from the terminal. Our parking is suitable for travelers going on short and longer trips or holidays. There is one main Cosmo Car Park offering an efficient airport parking service at a competitive price.

 

Belfast Airport Parking also offers a courtesy coach ride from the terminal and is open all year round. The terminal transfer service runs every 15 minutes and the trip takes ten to 15 minutes (journey time may be longer at peak times). Cosmo Belfast Airport Parking is a recipient of the Park Star award from the British Parking Association. Security measures include CCTV coverage, security fencing and regular patrols.

 

Mid Stay Parking is suitable for all travelers and all lengths of stay. Mid Stay Car Park is on the approach to the airport. The terminal transfer service runs every ten minutes and the journey takes about five minutes (occasionally longer at peak times).

 

Short Stay Parking – If you are going to be at the airport only for a few hours, you will need to use Cosmo Belfast Airport Parking. The Short Stay Car Park is a short walk from the terminal entrance. Short Stay Parking offers convenience and a safe environment in which to park.

 

If you are using a satellite navigation system, the postcode to enter for Cosmo Airport Parking is BT29 4DW.
181 Airport Road
Belfast International Airport
Co Antrim

 

Valet Parking is a convenient, easy-to-use and competitively priced airport parking service suitable for all travelers. If you select Valet Parking, you will drop your car off on the terminal forecourt as you arrive and pick it up from the Belfast Aiport Cosmo Car Park on your return.

 

When you leave your car at the Valet Parking drop-off-point on the terminal forecourt it will be parked in a secure and official on-airport car park whilst you are away. When you return from your trip, follow signs to the Cosmo Car Park and pick up your keys from the customer service office.