Crash victims who ran popular tea rooms near Wolverhampton lead campaign for speed cameras on 'rabbit run' road

Crash victims who ran popular tea rooms near Wolverhampton lead campaign for speed cameras on 'rabbit run' road
 

John McSherry, 64, and his wife Michelle, 52, were involved in a horror collision in 2009 which resulted in the pair sustaining serious injuries, and the motorcyclist who caused the collision, losing his life.
Ever since Mr McSherry, who had to close the tea room business he and Michelle ran at their Poplar Cottage home due to lasting effects of their injuries stopping them being able to work, has campaigned for speed cameras along the B4176, which runs off the main Wolverhampton to Bridgnorth Road.
Since 2005, five people have died in crashes on the road, known locally as the Rabbit Run.... read more

 
11 October 2016 in Regional West, Views: 40
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