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Second crash in three days closes Sheerness Broadway

By John Nurden

Part of Sheerness Broadway was closed following a second car crash in three days.

Three police cars surrounded a black Mercedes which crashed into railings outside Holy Trinity Church this morning at 9.20am.

A police spokesman said: "Officers attended the scene alongside the South East Coast Ambulance Service. No serious injuries were reported."

Police cars around a black Mercedes outside Holy Trinity Church, Sheerness, on Wednesday. Picture: Phil Crowder (15217947)
Police cars around a black Mercedes outside Holy Trinity Church, Sheerness, on Wednesday. Picture: Phil Crowder (15217947)

On Monday, part of the road at its junction with Trinity Road was closed to traffic after another car smashed into a safety barrier outside the former HSBC bank.

Police and fire attend a car which crashed into railings in Trinity Road, Sheerness, on Monday. Picture: Phil Crowder (15217954)
Police and fire attend a car which crashed into railings in Trinity Road, Sheerness, on Monday. Picture: Phil Crowder (15217954)

Meanwhile, Sheppey motorists were left scratching their heads this morning because of 'road closed' signs at each end of Marine Parade between Sheerness Post Office and the White House Indian restaurant at Minster.

Road closed: Marine Parade, Sheerness (15217957)
Road closed: Marine Parade, Sheerness (15217957)

The road had been closed for emergency water repairs overnight but contractors did not remove the warning notices after work had been completed.

A spokesman for Southern Water said: "There was a leak on a pipe serving 900 homes. We had to close the road for repairs and will need to close it again on Thursday night to relay the surface. We apologise for any inconvenience."

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