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#634192 - 7th Dec 2011 8:42pm Wallasey Tunnel
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Anyone heard of a possible jumper off the Seacombe bridge at the Wallasey Tunnel?...

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#634193 - 7th Dec 2011 8:43pm Re: Wallasey Tunnel [Re: muddypaws]
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Kingsway tunnel in Liverpool closed due to police incident. Queensway tunnel is closed for maintenance. Major delays. Latest on 95.8FM

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#634198 - 7th Dec 2011 8:47pm Re: Wallasey Tunnel [Re: muddypaws]
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fuccking jumpers, cant they find somewhere else to end there miserable lives instead of disrupting everyone elses plans. I was stuck in that que for 10mins and thought.....bollox to this Im off and back down the M53 I went.
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#634201 - 7th Dec 2011 8:48pm Re: Wallasey Tunnel [Re: muddypaws]
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Yeah just updated The Wirral Travel alerts thread too, what are people supposed to do, my mate is over there and traffic is backed up all over city centre, he's decided to drive around now, been waiting over half an hour and no info except Police Incident.

Shouldn't they clear the Queensway and get the traffic moving.. surely they cant be 'roadworking' every lane at once in there!!!

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#634211 - 7th Dec 2011 9:03pm Re: Wallasey Tunnel [Re: muddypaws]
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Apparently Kingsway has reopened now smile

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#634213 - 7th Dec 2011 9:04pm Re: Wallasey Tunnel [Re: muddypaws]
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has it, i might have another go at it, any proof of it bud, save me a wasted journey?
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#634215 - 7th Dec 2011 9:06pm Re: Wallasey Tunnel [Re: muddypaws]
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are you all stuck in liverpool?
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#634216 - 7th Dec 2011 9:07pm Re: Wallasey Tunnel [Re: muddypaws]
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nope, want to go to lpool lol. (stuck indoors)!
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#634219 - 7th Dec 2011 9:09pm Re: Wallasey Tunnel [Re: muddypaws]
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ah right thought you couldnt make it home or something!


Edited by JackCarter (7th Dec 2011 9:10pm)
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#634221 - 7th Dec 2011 9:13pm Re: Wallasey Tunnel [Re: Sanchez]
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#634245 - 7th Dec 2011 9:40pm Re: Wallasey Tunnel [Re: muddypaws]
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I really feel that people can be a little insensitive sometimes. If it was a suicide I am sure the last thing on their mind is the 30 minutes inconvenience that has been caused due to the tunnel being closed. The people who attempt suicide are usually either very desperate people whose whole world is falling apart or people who have some sort of mental health problems..
It breaks my heart to hear of a person feeling that there situation is so desperate that they feel that they cannot carry on. I know first hand the pain and anguish that the family of the suicide victim will be going through, particularly at this time of year. My thoughts are with the family of this suicide victim. He/She is yet another victim of the recent austerity measures and problems in our society.

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#634249 - 7th Dec 2011 9:44pm Re: Wallasey Tunnel [Re: Handbag]
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Originally Posted By: Handbag
I really feel that people can be a little insensitive sometimes. If it was a suicide I am sure the last thing on their mind is the 30 minutes inconvenience that has been caused due to the tunnel being closed. The people who attempt suicide are usually either very desperate people whose whole world is falling apart or people who have some sort of mental health problems..
It breaks my heart to hear of a person feeling that there situation is so desperate that they feel that they cannot carry on. I know first hand the pain and anguish that the family of the suicide victim will be going through, particularly at this time of year. My thoughts are with the family of this suicide victim. He/She is yet another victim of the recent austerity measures and problems in our society.


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#634250 - 7th Dec 2011 9:47pm Re: Wallasey Tunnel [Re: Handbag]
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Originally Posted By: Handbag
I really feel that people can be a little insensitive sometimes. If it was a suicide I am sure the last thing on their mind is the 30 minutes inconvenience that has been caused due to the tunnel being closed. The people who attempt suicide are usually either very desperate people whose whole world is falling apart or people who have some sort of mental health problems..
It breaks my heart to hear of a person feeling that there situation is so desperate that they feel that they cannot carry on. I know first hand the pain and anguish that the family of the suicide victim will be going through, particularly at this time of year. My thoughts are with the family of this suicide victim. He/She is yet another victim of the recent austerity measures and problems in our society.
100% well said thumbsup

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#634252 - 7th Dec 2011 9:48pm Re: Wallasey Tunnel [Re: muddypaws]
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totally agree about problems in society such as selfishness, inconsidderation, thoughtlessness and many more, all of which the jumper has been a big part of. Im sorry for the victum, no one should be driven to such at fate, but to do it in such a place....why??????
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#634255 - 7th Dec 2011 9:50pm Re: Wallasey Tunnel [Re: muddypaws]
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it was the bnridge on oakdale wasnt it? these barriers are not working obviously, thi has been a major issue for many years.
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