Traffic disruption in Bradford on Avon after lorry sheds load

First published in Bradford

A lorry leaving the Kingston Mills site in Bradford on Avon spilt its load this morning, causing disruption to the town and closing Silver Street.

An MJ Church lorry was turning right out of Kingston Road onto Silver Street with its load of mud, but the load slipped from the tailgate onto the roads, pavements and shop doorways.

Police monitored traffic while workmen could wash and sweep the mud away.

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11:44am Tue 11 Dec 12

old 'arry says...

I sincerely hope that the half-wit behind the wheel or his employer will have to pay for the clean up?.??
I sincerely hope that the half-wit behind the wheel or his employer will have to pay for the clean up?.?? old 'arry
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9:21pm Tue 11 Dec 12

Mrs Donnyfly says...

old 'arry wrote:
I sincerely hope that the half-wit behind the wheel or his employer will have to pay for the clean up?.??
Why is the driver a half-wit?
[quote][p][bold]old 'arry[/bold] wrote: I sincerely hope that the half-wit behind the wheel or his employer will have to pay for the clean up?.??[/p][/quote]Why is the driver a half-wit? Mrs Donnyfly
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3:33pm Wed 12 Dec 12

mighty mac says...

the driver clearly didnt mean for this to happen and hes getting called a half -wit???
the driver clearly didnt mean for this to happen and hes getting called a half -wit??? mighty mac
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6:29pm Wed 12 Dec 12

beetawix says...

Any assessment of wit made by old 'arry should be taken with a pinch of salt.
Any assessment of wit made by old 'arry should be taken with a pinch of salt. beetawix
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1:42pm Sun 16 Dec 12

eveyli says...

clearly old 'arry knows everything about everything... there's always one.
clearly old 'arry knows everything about everything... there's always one. eveyli
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