Accident 200601BS70102

The accident with index '200601BS70102' hapened on Wednesday, January 18 of 2006 at 06:50:00. It was a Slight accident with 1 casualties involving 2 vehicles. The weather was Fine no high winds ,the road was Dry with Darkness - lights lit. The speed limit in the accident location was 30 mph. The Police from Metropolitan Police attended and registered the accident.The road type is Single carriageway. The Junction is Crossroads.

The vehicles involved were:

Van / Goods 3.5 tonnes mgw or under

Pedal cycle

The full details of the accident 200601BS70102 are shown bellow:

Accident Index200601BS70102SeveritySlight
Local authority DistrictKensington and ChelseaNumber of vehicles2
Local authority HighwayKensington and ChelseaNumber of casualties1
Speed Limit301st Road ClassB
Road TypeSingle carriageway1st Road Number450
Junction DetailCrossroads2nd Road ClassUnclassified
Junction ControlGive way or uncontrolled2nd Road Number0
Pedestrian CrossingNone within 50 metres Physical Pedestrian CrossingNo physical crossing facilities within 50 metres
Weather ConditionFine no high windsLight ConditionDarkness - lights lit
Road Surface ConditionDrySpecial ConditionNone
Carriageway HazardsNoneUrban or Rural AreaUrban
Police ForceMetropolitan PoliceDid Police Officer AttendYes
LSOA of AccidentE01002874

Location of Accident 200601BS70102


The full list of vehicles involved in the accident 200601BS70102 is shown bellow. To see the detail of each vehicle please click on the reference of the vehicle:

RefTypeGenderAge BandManouvreLocation1st Impact
1Van / Goods 3.5 tonnes mgw or underMale36 - 45Turning rightOn main cway - not in restricted laneOffside
2Pedal cycleMale16 - 20Going ahead otherOn main cway - not in restricted laneFront


The full list of casualties of the accident 200601BS70102 is shown bellow. To see the detail of each casualty please click on the reference of the casualty:

Vehicle RefCasualty RefGenderAgeSeverityClassType
21Male16 - 20SlightDriver or riderCyclist

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