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A pensioner caused traffic chaos this morning after his car careered onto a traffic safety island in Stubbington.
The elderly gent hit the gas and mounted the traffic island after what is believed to be a medical episode on Burnt House Lane just after 11am. Traffic came to a stand still as the road was closed and traffic diverted. Emergency services attended. Police closed the road , a fire crew from Fareham made the vehicle and area safe before leaving Boardhunt recovery to remove the vehicle. The gent who car and pride is dented is not thought o be seriously hurt following the incident
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