“Perhaps they should also look at putting in an interactive speed sign, or something to tell people how many accidents and fatalities there have been there.” Mrs Cooke, who attended the crash scene on Wednesday, said there has been about 13 other serious crashes on the road since she moved there 26 years ago.She said: “It was getting to the point where we would rebuild the garden wall from one crash, and it would get immediately knocked down again.“I quickly pulled a jumper and some tracksuit bottoms on over my pjyamas and went out, because I’m a first aider and I’ve been to a lot of bad crashes at motorsport events.
Work has been done to help the situation though, including making it a 30mph zone, putting a crash barrier on the bend and putting ‘slow’ markings on the road.
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TWO friends have been killed in a head-on road crash in Blackburn.
“We’ve campaigned and campaigned for a speed camera to be put in where it goes from 40mph to 30mph, but they won’t do it and we’re desperate.
“It took an awful lot of fighting for the council to put a crash barrier in.” A woman who lives in Preston Old Road, who asked not to be named, said: “It’s a very bad road and always has been.