Man in 20s in hospital after collision with car in Barns Road, Oxford

Man in 20s in hospital after collision with car in Barns Road, Oxford

Man in 20s in hospital after collision with car in Barns Road, Oxford

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A PEDESTRIAN in his 20s has been taken to hospital after a collision with a car in Oxford.

An ambulance from South Central Ambulance Service was sent to Barns Road after the crash was reported at 5.47pm today.

The man was taken to Oxford’s John Radcliffe Hospital. It is not known how serious his injuries are.

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9:42pm Tue 19 Aug 14

HomerSimpsonDoh says...

Is this the only picture the OM has got when ever there's an accident, an ambulance on the Cowley Road. What a Mickey Mouse of a paper it is, should rename it The Beano or The Dandy. Who do they employ school kids on holiday?
Is this the only picture the OM has got when ever there's an accident, an ambulance on the Cowley Road. What a Mickey Mouse of a paper it is, should rename it The Beano or The Dandy. Who do they employ school kids on holiday? HomerSimpsonDoh
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1:28am Wed 20 Aug 14

bicesterlady says...

HomerSimpsonDoh wrote:
Is this the only picture the OM has got when ever there's an accident, an ambulance on the Cowley Road. What a Mickey Mouse of a paper it is, should rename it The Beano or The Dandy. Who do they employ school kids on holiday?
But it's a very nice ambulance picture. It's got flashing lights n everything
[quote][p][bold]HomerSimpsonDoh[/bold] wrote: Is this the only picture the OM has got when ever there's an accident, an ambulance on the Cowley Road. What a Mickey Mouse of a paper it is, should rename it The Beano or The Dandy. Who do they employ school kids on holiday?[/p][/quote]But it's a very nice ambulance picture. It's got flashing lights n everything bicesterlady
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7:11am Wed 20 Aug 14

Andrew:Oxford says...

HomerSimpsonDoh wrote:
Is this the only picture the OM has got when ever there's an accident, an ambulance on the Cowley Road. What a Mickey Mouse of a paper it is, should rename it The Beano or The Dandy. Who do they employ school kids on holiday?
I'd very much doubt if Disney's Mickey Mouse has ever appeared in D C Thomson's "Beano" or "Dandy". DC Thomson is, of course, famously the only major newspaper & media organisation that never left Fleet Street.

I suppose if update images were shown of the ambulance in situ the publishers would be accused of ambulance chasing...
[quote][p][bold]HomerSimpsonDoh[/bold] wrote: Is this the only picture the OM has got when ever there's an accident, an ambulance on the Cowley Road. What a Mickey Mouse of a paper it is, should rename it The Beano or The Dandy. Who do they employ school kids on holiday?[/p][/quote]I'd very much doubt if Disney's Mickey Mouse has ever appeared in D C Thomson's "Beano" or "Dandy". DC Thomson is, of course, famously the only major newspaper & media organisation that never left Fleet Street. I suppose if update images were shown of the ambulance in situ the publishers would be accused of ambulance chasing... Andrew:Oxford
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10:53pm Fri 22 Aug 14

Dr Martin says...

HomerSimpsonDoh wrote:
Is this the only picture the OM has got when ever there's an accident, an ambulance on the Cowley Road. What a Mickey Mouse of a paper it is, should rename it The Beano or The Dandy. Who do they employ school kids on holiday?
perhaps one day you might say something nice and positive , instead of moaning about everything.
[quote][p][bold]HomerSimpsonDoh[/bold] wrote: Is this the only picture the OM has got when ever there's an accident, an ambulance on the Cowley Road. What a Mickey Mouse of a paper it is, should rename it The Beano or The Dandy. Who do they employ school kids on holiday?[/p][/quote]perhaps one day you might say something nice and positive , instead of moaning about everything. Dr Martin
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