Another collision at Derby's most notorious accident blackspot Manor Road
POLICE were today called to another collision at Derby's most notorious accident blackspot, Manor Road.
Officers arrived following reports of the two-car smash, near the Argosy pub, at about 9.30am.
A spokesman for Derbyshire police said one of the vehicles was stationary at the time of the incident and both had spun across the road as a result of the impact.
He said no-one was injured.
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Earlier this month, the Derby Telegraph reported how new road safety measures had failed to prevent accidents along Manor Road – with 31 crashes reported over the past nine months.
The news came after Derby City Council spent tens of thousands of pounds making a number of alterations to the road layout in an attempt to make it safer.
But accidents continued – and neighbours said the changes had actually made the stretch more dangerous.
The incidents added to the 70-odd crashes which residents claim took place along the road between 2005 and 2011.