The TA Thread (serious & fatal)

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Re: The TA Thread (serious & fatal)

Post by Tyranus » Wed Jan 13, 2010 4:37 pm

A number of stations have a second light tanker. I believe it's all the stations with relievers. Midland for example currently has 2 Light Tankers. So Duncraig and Wangara are probably in the same situation, don't have a 2nd pump like Freo and Daglish, but do have a 2nd Light tanker. If you look at the labels it probably said Duncraig 2nd LT or similar.

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Re: The TA Thread (serious & fatal)

Post by written_ficton » Wed Jan 13, 2010 7:20 pm

westernwedgey wrote:3 vehicle crash Whitfords Ave between Marmion Ave and Eddystone heading east,

In attendance,
WAPOL
AN201, AN204, AN250, NW101, Unmarked Wagon, Unmarked Sedan and 3 vehicles doing traffic mamagement at Marmion Ave and Whitfords
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Duncraig 1st & 2nd, Wangara 1st & 2nd, Daglish 1st & 2nd, FESA vehicle
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5 ambulances and SJA Manager.

It appears a vehicle has crossed the median strip taken out a tree and run head on into 2 vehicles heading east on Whitfords Ave.
Took half an hour to cut the P plater out of their vehicle which was the worst damaged.

Will be on 7 news and Ten news tonight
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Re: The TA Thread (serious & fatal)

Post by muzza333 » Wed Jan 13, 2010 10:55 pm

i've never heard duncraig 1st or duncraig 2nd on the radio. I've only ever heard "duncraig turning out to... " I live fairly close to their to duncraig fire station and i've only noticed one pump and lt sitting there. On occasion though i have seen one sometimes two even spare lt's sitting out the back. I do know that wangara has a specialised trailer out the back for something but can't remember its purpose though.

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Re: The TA Thread (serious & fatal)

Post by Tyranus » Wed Jan 13, 2010 11:26 pm

Yep Muzza they'ed still call it in as Duncraig turning out, but instead of having 1 LT following they will have 2, certainly that's how Midland does it. Anyway, back on topic...
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Re: The TA Thread (serious & fatal)

Post by muzza333 » Thu Jan 14, 2010 2:52 pm

looked like a bad smash on the mitchell freeway travelling north this arvo bout 2.30 near the powis street bridge. I think the freeway was blocked. Anybody know what happened

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Re: The TA Thread (serious & fatal)

Post by gkoutlis » Thu Jan 14, 2010 2:55 pm

muzza333 wrote:looked like a bad smash on the mitchell freeway travelling north this arvo bout 2.30 near the powis street bridge. I think the freeway was blocked. Anybody know what happened
Info from Main Roads Website:

Entered: 14/01/2010 2:34:40 PM

DELAYS MITCHELL FREEWAY NORTHBOUND DUE TO A CRASH NEAR POWIS STREET:
Due to a crash on the Mitchell Freeway northbound traffic is congested from the City to the crash site near Powis Street
Motorists are urged to take alternative routes to avoid delays
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Re: The TA Thread (serious & fatal)

Post by diggity » Sat Jan 30, 2010 4:06 am

Nasty motor bike v ute this arvo in Rockingham, on Crompton Rd. SJA, VR102, AV252 and an unmarked wrx /plain clothes crew all attended. Rider looked a little sore... :smt009

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Re: The TA Thread (serious & fatal)

Post by written_ficton » Sat Jan 30, 2010 7:07 am

diggity wrote:Nasty motor bike v ute this arvo in Rockingham, on Crompton Rd. SJA, VR102, AV252 and an unmarked wrx /plain clothes crew all attended. Rider looked a little sore... :smt009
I bet it would! I've been hit off my push bike not long ago and if thats anything to go by, motorbikes should be alot worse!
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Re: The TA Thread (serious & fatal)

Post by richard omeara » Fri Mar 05, 2010 9:42 pm

Head on TA Flinders st & Quada way Nollamara.One car on fire.Heard through Trans perth scty & Fesa.

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Re: The TA Thread (serious & fatal)

Post by gkoutlis » Sat Mar 06, 2010 8:59 pm

On a double duty today - enroute to Motorplex from the Manduarah Crab Festival, we attended a single vehicle TA - Cnr Anketell Rd and Rockingham Rd? - in Kwinana Beach.

Late model Holden Statesman completley demolished the TCL and driver according to Hope Valley SO - absconded, no medical assistance required, and continued to Motorplex.

TCL was written off - huge frontal damage to the Statesman.

I noticed a new traffic car - TE-208 (i think it was) in a very metalic Silver Colour in HWP markings.

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Re: The TA Thread (serious & fatal)

Post by yorky » Sat Mar 06, 2010 11:57 pm

Car v light pole Hutton St called by Osborne Park, Western power to attend I think Daglish 2nd also turning out.
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Re: The TA Thread (serious & fatal)

Post by diggity » Wed Mar 10, 2010 1:33 am

Serious/fatal 5 car TA at Read Street x Rae Rd, Rockingham.

AO203(xr6 turbo highway markings), AV252 (crash wagon), UQ240 (hilux pod), VR107 (rodeo cage), VR1xx (rodeo cage), unmarked wagon, sedan, nissan patrol, and an unmarked hilux and WRX plus a few others attended.

Little ford festiva was totaled.

Sad outcome also... http://au.news.yahoo.com/thewest/a/-/wa ... ockingham/ :cry:

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Re: The TA Thread (serious & fatal)

Post by Bonez » Thu May 13, 2010 4:51 pm

Fatal TA on south west highway near Bunbury, 2x SJA, 2x FESA and 3x WAPOL

Job code 216, traffic banked up 1km+, road will be closed for quite some time

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Re: The TA Thread (serious & fatal)

Post by Magnus » Mon May 31, 2010 6:12 pm

TA on Roe Highway (Tonkin Highway overpass) Looks like a truck has hit the quide rail and lost a container
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Re: The TA Thread (serious & fatal)

Post by Amb510 » Sun Jun 06, 2010 11:55 pm

Safety Bay rd x Boundary

Confirmed 2 fatalities as reported by SJA crew kwinana 21

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