UPDATE: Driver who died in A31 horror crash was travelling with young daughter

SCENE: Crash on A31 near Bere Regis.  Picture: FINNBARR WEBSTER

SCENE: Crash on A31 near Bere Regis. Picture: FINNBARR WEBSTER

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THE driver who died at the scene of a horrific crash yesterday evening was travelling with his wife and seven-year-old daughter at the time, it has been confirmed.

Dorset Police say the 43-year-old, from the Wimborne area, died at the scene of the crash on the A31, near Winterborne Zelston.

His wife, aged 37, and their young daughter were rushed to Poole General Hospital with serious injuries. Police say these injuries are not thought to be life-threatening.

Meanwhile, the driver of a Subaru car involved in the accident, a 28-year-old man from Taunton, Somerset, has been arrested on suspicion of causing death by dangerous driving.

The Subaru driver was treated for minor injuries at Dorset County Hospital, Dorchester, before being interviewed by police. He has been released on bail while enquiries continue.

Investigators are anxious to speak to a driver of a small green hatchback-style car, who may have witnessed the accident.

The A31 east of Bere Regis was closed for much of the night following the three-vehicle collision, which took place just before 6pm A Dorset Police spokesman said: “A blue Subaru car driven by a male from Somerset overtook an articulated HGV travelling west, and during the course of this overtaking manoeuvre has collided with a vehicle travelling east.

“The vehicle hit – a Skoda vehicle – was pushed off the road and the driver suffered fatal injuries as a result.

“The Subaru spun into another car travelling east, a Mercedes driven by a local man. That spun off the road into a roadside ditch.” The Mercedes driver was not injured.

Specially trained crash investigators spent hours at the scene afterwards to gather evidence. The A31 was finally reopened at 1.20am.

The police spokesman said: “We believe that during the initial overtaking by the Subaru another vehicle may have been inconvenienced, a small green hatchback-style car. Police are very keen to speak to this driver as he may have valuable information.

“Dorset Police would like to thank all the people who were inconvenienced by this collision, while the road was closed for a full forensic collision investigation.

“Dorset Police traffic department would also like to hear from any witnesses to the collision and would encourage them to call in on the telephone number 101, and ask for PC 1294 Smith from the traffic department at Poole.”

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12:18pm Tue 25 Mar 14

Caption Sensible says...

Yet another tragedy on these appallingly narrow and inappropriate roads. I travel this road every day and quite frankly I see dangerous manoeuvres all the time. Most of it through sheer frustration at being stuck behind a slow moving vehicle.

The sooner a dual carriageway is built connecting Ringwood to Honiton the better in my opinion.
Yet another tragedy on these appallingly narrow and inappropriate roads. I travel this road every day and quite frankly I see dangerous manoeuvres all the time. Most of it through sheer frustration at being stuck behind a slow moving vehicle. The sooner a dual carriageway is built connecting Ringwood to Honiton the better in my opinion. Caption Sensible
  • Score: 47

1:11pm Tue 25 Mar 14

malkie says...

Many years ago on the A30 at Honiton, there were roadside posters declaring " Part of the Folkestone to Exeter dual carriageway". It ain't gonna happen ! :-(
Many years ago on the A30 at Honiton, there were roadside posters declaring " Part of the Folkestone to Exeter dual carriageway". It ain't gonna happen ! :-( malkie
  • Score: 7

1:58pm Tue 25 Mar 14

cosmick says...

Most cases SUBARU = IDIOT DRIVER!
Sorry to all the other injured, and those who have lost family.
Most cases SUBARU = IDIOT DRIVER! Sorry to all the other injured, and those who have lost family. cosmick
  • Score: 43

3:43pm Tue 25 Mar 14

JamesYoung says...

cosmick wrote:
Most cases SUBARU = IDIOT DRIVER!
Sorry to all the other injured, and those who have lost family.
Sadly, you're right. Fast cars encourage fast driving.
There are a lot of idiots on that road. Sadly, a 40mph limit enforced with speed cameras is probably called for.
In a few months from now, the Echo will doubtless report on the snivelling excuses used by this murderer's solicitor. I hope he goes to jail for a very, very long time.
[quote][p][bold]cosmick[/bold] wrote: Most cases SUBARU = IDIOT DRIVER! Sorry to all the other injured, and those who have lost family.[/p][/quote]Sadly, you're right. Fast cars encourage fast driving. There are a lot of idiots on that road. Sadly, a 40mph limit enforced with speed cameras is probably called for. In a few months from now, the Echo will doubtless report on the snivelling excuses used by this murderer's solicitor. I hope he goes to jail for a very, very long time. JamesYoung
  • Score: 39

3:47pm Tue 25 Mar 14

Schrodinger's Cat says...

Simply horrific - particularly for the young girl who has been hurt and who will have to be told at some point that she's lost her father.
A very important reminder to those of us, including myself, who sometimes drive impatiently, that our snap decisions to take risks on the road can have devastating consequences.
Simply horrific - particularly for the young girl who has been hurt and who will have to be told at some point that she's lost her father. A very important reminder to those of us, including myself, who sometimes drive impatiently, that our snap decisions to take risks on the road can have devastating consequences. Schrodinger's Cat
  • Score: 47

4:47pm Tue 25 Mar 14

Equilibrium says...

The roads are fine, it's the idiots with no patience that need to change. If you cannot see a lengthly clear path in front of you, you dont overtake. Why people feel it's acceptable to take these risks so frequently is beyond me. You can get anywhere in this County in good time if you give yourself a reasonable travel window. Leaving late or just rushing for the dake of it is not an excuse to blame the roads and drive like a complete moron. A whole family has been shattered by the selfish actions of this driver and no doubt the punishment wont fit the crime due to a system that desparTely needs revising.
The roads are fine, it's the idiots with no patience that need to change. If you cannot see a lengthly clear path in front of you, you dont overtake. Why people feel it's acceptable to take these risks so frequently is beyond me. You can get anywhere in this County in good time if you give yourself a reasonable travel window. Leaving late or just rushing for the dake of it is not an excuse to blame the roads and drive like a complete moron. A whole family has been shattered by the selfish actions of this driver and no doubt the punishment wont fit the crime due to a system that desparTely needs revising. Equilibrium
  • Score: 55

5:02pm Tue 25 Mar 14

banknote says...

It is really time that this road was improved up to dual carriageway standard from Ferndown to Dorchester and beyond.

I used to commute between Dorchester and High Wycombe two/three times a week on this road. For the traffic this road handles it is totally inadequate and surely sections have been fenced-off for widening for decades?

Unfortunately, we have the too fast sports car drivers and the too slow caravan or tractor drivers using this busy business and holiday route. If the road was upgraded to motorway standard, there would be far less accidents. But where's the money for that......no, the government would rather spend it on foreign aid to countries - such as India - that don't need it.

The result of all this is that we have another tragedy and more will follow, until something is done.
It is really time that this road was improved up to dual carriageway standard from Ferndown to Dorchester and beyond. I used to commute between Dorchester and High Wycombe two/three times a week on this road. For the traffic this road handles it is totally inadequate and surely sections have been fenced-off for widening for decades? Unfortunately, we have the too fast sports car drivers and the too slow caravan or tractor drivers using this busy business and holiday route. If the road was upgraded to motorway standard, there would be far less accidents. But where's the money for that......no, the government would rather spend it on foreign aid to countries - such as India - that don't need it. The result of all this is that we have another tragedy and more will follow, until something is done. banknote
  • Score: 10

5:44pm Tue 25 Mar 14

Gordon Bennett says...

Too fast a car, too few brain cells. It is time that dangerous drivers were treated by the courts as the murderers that they are. Once again the innocent suffer. My heart bleeds for that poor family.
Too fast a car, too few brain cells. It is time that dangerous drivers were treated by the courts as the murderers that they are. Once again the innocent suffer. My heart bleeds for that poor family. Gordon Bennett
  • Score: 40

6:17pm Tue 25 Mar 14

The opinionator says...

I agree that this road is not the best but at 40mph it is perfectly safe. The best solution to this is 2 average speed cameras, one at the Worlds End pub and the other at the East Bloxworth crossroads. Drivers would have no option but to observe the speed limit.
I agree that this road is not the best but at 40mph it is perfectly safe. The best solution to this is 2 average speed cameras, one at the Worlds End pub and the other at the East Bloxworth crossroads. Drivers would have no option but to observe the speed limit. The opinionator
  • Score: 12

6:28pm Tue 25 Mar 14

Schrodinger's Cat says...

I think we can all be critical of other drivers - it's always other people who drive like idiots and drive too fast. Perhaps we'd be better reflecting on our own faults and make a commitment to drive less aggressively, more patiently, and leave a bigger gap between us and the vehicle in front who's "holding us up." We're all guilty at times of being in too much of a hurry to get somewhere. And occasionally it ends horrifically.
I think we can all be critical of other drivers - it's always other people who drive like idiots and drive too fast. Perhaps we'd be better reflecting on our own faults and make a commitment to drive less aggressively, more patiently, and leave a bigger gap between us and the vehicle in front who's "holding us up." We're all guilty at times of being in too much of a hurry to get somewhere. And occasionally it ends horrifically. Schrodinger's Cat
  • Score: 15

6:39pm Tue 25 Mar 14

RPDraff says...

The opinionator wrote:
I agree that this road is not the best but at 40mph it is perfectly safe. The best solution to this is 2 average speed cameras, one at the Worlds End pub and the other at the East Bloxworth crossroads. Drivers would have no option but to observe the speed limit.
Totally agree here! I live right next to the A31 right by the Red Post crossroads, and I have seen soooo many car collisions on this stretch of road this being the most recent one and the one not long ago involving a couple from the Bridport area. Something needs to be enforced to stop people driving so stupidly! And I can tell you now the people that say "oh this road is so dangerous something should change!" Yes the driving attuide and style of the people on it!!!! I got told once before by several people and police officers that NO road is dangerous it's the people using it! And I fully agree!! It really does make you think twice when you hear and see some of the accidents on this road. My thoughts go to family of the injured and who have lost someone.
[quote][p][bold]The opinionator[/bold] wrote: I agree that this road is not the best but at 40mph it is perfectly safe. The best solution to this is 2 average speed cameras, one at the Worlds End pub and the other at the East Bloxworth crossroads. Drivers would have no option but to observe the speed limit.[/p][/quote]Totally agree here! I live right next to the A31 right by the Red Post crossroads, and I have seen soooo many car collisions on this stretch of road this being the most recent one and the one not long ago involving a couple from the Bridport area. Something needs to be enforced to stop people driving so stupidly! And I can tell you now the people that say "oh this road is so dangerous something should change!" Yes the driving attuide and style of the people on it!!!! I got told once before by several people and police officers that NO road is dangerous it's the people using it! And I fully agree!! It really does make you think twice when you hear and see some of the accidents on this road. My thoughts go to family of the injured and who have lost someone. RPDraff
  • Score: 22

6:43pm Tue 25 Mar 14

satisfecho says...

cosmick wrote:
Most cases SUBARU = IDIOT DRIVER!
Sorry to all the other injured, and those who have lost family.
There was one racing in and out of Lidl's car park middle of yesterday afternoon.

Why?
[quote][p][bold]cosmick[/bold] wrote: Most cases SUBARU = IDIOT DRIVER! Sorry to all the other injured, and those who have lost family.[/p][/quote]There was one racing in and out of Lidl's car park middle of yesterday afternoon. Why? satisfecho
  • Score: 10

8:13pm Tue 25 Mar 14

pitgirl says...

Firstly,my heart goes out to the family involved.The driver of the other vehicle involved appears to have been at fault.We cannot place the blame at the car he drove, it was his manner of driving. My son, a husband,father and business owner drives a Subaru Impreza, does this make him irresponsible ? He just enjoys ownership of a nice car.I've witnessed bad driving by many different aged people driving many different cars.Many people drive on that road every day safely.
Firstly,my heart goes out to the family involved.The driver of the other vehicle involved appears to have been at fault.We cannot place the blame at the car he drove, it was his manner of driving. My son, a husband,father and business owner drives a Subaru Impreza, does this make him irresponsible ? He just enjoys ownership of a nice car.I've witnessed bad driving by many different aged people driving many different cars.Many people drive on that road every day safely. pitgirl
  • Score: 19

9:18pm Tue 25 Mar 14

Witch Hazel says...

Well what can we all say..... firstly to family involved... very tragic, I do hope things improve for the wife and child... so very sad indeed. I dont know the road etc so am not one to judge the circumstances... but a lot of accidents caused by driving too fast and overtaking... please take care everyone and perhaps let this be a lesson to others. RIP and my thoughts are with others involved at this sad time.
Well what can we all say..... firstly to family involved... very tragic, I do hope things improve for the wife and child... so very sad indeed. I dont know the road etc so am not one to judge the circumstances... but a lot of accidents caused by driving too fast and overtaking... please take care everyone and perhaps let this be a lesson to others. RIP and my thoughts are with others involved at this sad time. Witch Hazel
  • Score: 7

11:13pm Tue 25 Mar 14

Zummerzet Lad says...

I drive a vehicle restricted by law to 50 MPH on single carriageway roads.
I even have a sign on rear of vehicle stating this. I'm sorry if sticking to my speed limit holds others up but I to have witnessed near miss driving through those who choose to take risks to overtake me and it was no doubt the same for the HGV driver, going about his lawful driving and getting caught up in this tragic event. My thoughts and prayers to the torn apart family.
I drive a vehicle restricted by law to 50 MPH on single carriageway roads. I even have a sign on rear of vehicle stating this. I'm sorry if sticking to my speed limit holds others up but I to have witnessed near miss driving through those who choose to take risks to overtake me and it was no doubt the same for the HGV driver, going about his lawful driving and getting caught up in this tragic event. My thoughts and prayers to the torn apart family. Zummerzet Lad
  • Score: 18

1:45am Wed 26 Mar 14

Sigurd Hoberth says...

Gordon Bennett wrote:
Too fast a car, too few brain cells. It is time that dangerous drivers were treated by the courts as the murderers that they are. Once again the innocent suffer. My heart bleeds for that poor family.
Murderers? I suggest you learn the meaning of the word

As tragic as this is, thank God people like you are not on the bench.
[quote][p][bold]Gordon Bennett[/bold] wrote: Too fast a car, too few brain cells. It is time that dangerous drivers were treated by the courts as the murderers that they are. Once again the innocent suffer. My heart bleeds for that poor family.[/p][/quote]Murderers? I suggest you learn the meaning of the word As tragic as this is, thank God people like you are not on the bench. Sigurd Hoberth
  • Score: -30

8:45am Wed 26 Mar 14

dorsetspeed says...

A few commenters suggesting harsher penalties, lower limits and more speed enforcements are the answer, but I don’t think so. Yes, this kind of driving is common, but are the drivers thinking “if I kill someone I’ll only be in jail for a couple of years, not 10, I can live with that” or are they perhaps more likely thinking “all I have to do is to drive slowly past yellow boxes and stripy vans and I won’t get caught at all”. And attempting to reduce speeds so low that no one gets hurt if we all drive even blindfolded is not the solution. A burst of fun overtaking a lorry won’t affect average speed much, but the vast majority of normal safe drivers will have to drive unnaturally slowly and be further inconvenienced and criminalised.
And even if you did make this stretch safer by making it mind dumbingly boring with a 40 limit for miles, the boy racers would simply get their kicks elsewhere and cause the deaths elsewhere. No one should get any prizes for using up our precious road safety resources moving deaths from one place to another.
It might sound obvious but the answer is that to challenge dangerous driving you have to target it. At the moment, Dorset Police do not. They sit in vans on the safest roads (usually making them more dangerous) with the lowest limits making £millions to keep their jobs and empires running.
Most are saying they see idiotic driving all the time, so do I. WHY ON EARTH can the police not see it and do something about it? I already know the answer: it doesn't MAKE MONEY.
A few commenters suggesting harsher penalties, lower limits and more speed enforcements are the answer, but I don’t think so. Yes, this kind of driving is common, but are the drivers thinking “if I kill someone I’ll only be in jail for a couple of years, not 10, I can live with that” or are they perhaps more likely thinking “all I have to do is to drive slowly past yellow boxes and stripy vans and I won’t get caught at all”. And attempting to reduce speeds so low that no one gets hurt if we all drive even blindfolded is not the solution. A burst of fun overtaking a lorry won’t affect average speed much, but the vast majority of normal safe drivers will have to drive unnaturally slowly and be further inconvenienced and criminalised. And even if you did make this stretch safer by making it mind dumbingly boring with a 40 limit for miles, the boy racers would simply get their kicks elsewhere and cause the deaths elsewhere. No one should get any prizes for using up our precious road safety resources moving deaths from one place to another. It might sound obvious but the answer is that to challenge dangerous driving you have to target it. At the moment, Dorset Police do not. They sit in vans on the safest roads (usually making them more dangerous) with the lowest limits making £millions to keep their jobs and empires running. Most are saying they see idiotic driving all the time, so do I. WHY ON EARTH can the police not see it and do something about it? I already know the answer: it doesn't MAKE MONEY. dorsetspeed
  • Score: 21

12:35pm Wed 26 Mar 14

dorset & proud says...

I've commented after an accident on this stretch of road before and feel the need to comment again.

First of all, sincere condolences to the family involved.

We shouldn't lay the blame on the type of vehicle involved, certainly a vehicle designed for speed would also be designed to stop quickly and handle appropriately but speed isn't the issue here. The type of vehicle is not the concern, it's purely down to the person driving it, his level of driving experience and hazard perception.

The arrogance and impatience of drivers who use this stretch of road is astounding. I do my best to avoid this road where I can but had to use it last week. I was doing exactly 40mph in the 40 limit and got overtaken by another driver who, frankly looking at his age, should have known far better - and we were on double white lines. Half a mile further down the road I caught him up and stayed behind him all the way to the next dual carriageway section as we were all stuck in the queue of traffic. An idiotic move that got him nowhere at all.

It's been said before but the road itself isn't dangerous, it's the frustration and impatience of some drivers. I'm no expert, I don't have the answers. Certainly in the case of my experience recently, more double white lines wouldn't have prevented the individual overtaking me. Average speed cameras maybe? Dual carriageway would be ideal but unlikely to ever happen.
I've commented after an accident on this stretch of road before and feel the need to comment again. First of all, sincere condolences to the family involved. We shouldn't lay the blame on the type of vehicle involved, certainly a vehicle designed for speed would also be designed to stop quickly and handle appropriately but speed isn't the issue here. The type of vehicle is not the concern, it's purely down to the person driving it, his level of driving experience and hazard perception. The arrogance and impatience of drivers who use this stretch of road is astounding. I do my best to avoid this road where I can but had to use it last week. I was doing exactly 40mph in the 40 limit and got overtaken by another driver who, frankly looking at his age, should have known far better - and we were on double white lines. Half a mile further down the road I caught him up and stayed behind him all the way to the next dual carriageway section as we were all stuck in the queue of traffic. An idiotic move that got him nowhere at all. It's been said before but the road itself isn't dangerous, it's the frustration and impatience of some drivers. I'm no expert, I don't have the answers. Certainly in the case of my experience recently, more double white lines wouldn't have prevented the individual overtaking me. Average speed cameras maybe? Dual carriageway would be ideal but unlikely to ever happen. dorset & proud
  • Score: 18

12:57pm Wed 26 Mar 14

MaidofDorset says...

malkie wrote:
Many years ago on the A30 at Honiton, there were roadside posters declaring " Part of the Folkestone to Exeter dual carriageway". It ain't gonna happen ! :-(
Yes, you are quite right. I was in Kent 37 years ago and was shown the map, the road was a few miles inland all along the coast and they were busy building it. It was planned to go past the edge of Dorchester but I don't recall if it was North or South. I guess they ran out of money.
[quote][p][bold]malkie[/bold] wrote: Many years ago on the A30 at Honiton, there were roadside posters declaring " Part of the Folkestone to Exeter dual carriageway". It ain't gonna happen ! :-([/p][/quote]Yes, you are quite right. I was in Kent 37 years ago and was shown the map, the road was a few miles inland all along the coast and they were busy building it. It was planned to go past the edge of Dorchester but I don't recall if it was North or South. I guess they ran out of money. MaidofDorset
  • Score: 0

11:00pm Sun 30 Mar 14

luffy22 says...

The opinionator wrote:
I agree that this road is not the best but at 40mph it is perfectly safe. The best solution to this is 2 average speed cameras, one at the Worlds End pub and the other at the East Bloxworth crossroads. Drivers would have no option but to observe the speed limit.
I could not agree more, average speed cameras are the way to go, and they should be say 1 every 5 miles on all national speed limit roads with a reduction of average time to say 55 miles an hour The idea would be that we do away with the national speed limit that way when someone driving below the average speed has moved out of the way (safely by turning off the road or being polite and pulling over to let faster drivers past) then the time can be made up and journey times then become more are reliable and time lost to slower drivers can be made up legally) other benefits would be that drivers would complete journeys with less stress as they know they can make up lost time later on.
However this would mean the end of the gravy train that is the speed camera vans. But breaking the average speed must lead to greater punishment. i.e. instant bans
[quote][p][bold]The opinionator[/bold] wrote: I agree that this road is not the best but at 40mph it is perfectly safe. The best solution to this is 2 average speed cameras, one at the Worlds End pub and the other at the East Bloxworth crossroads. Drivers would have no option but to observe the speed limit.[/p][/quote]I could not agree more, average speed cameras are the way to go, and they should be say 1 every 5 miles on all national speed limit roads with a reduction of average time to say 55 miles an hour The idea would be that we do away with the national speed limit that way when someone driving below the average speed has moved out of the way (safely by turning off the road or being polite and pulling over to let faster drivers past) then the time can be made up and journey times then become more are reliable and time lost to slower drivers can be made up legally) other benefits would be that drivers would complete journeys with less stress as they know they can make up lost time later on. However this would mean the end of the gravy train that is the speed camera vans. But breaking the average speed must lead to greater punishment. i.e. instant bans luffy22
  • Score: 0

11:06pm Sun 30 Mar 14

luffy22 says...

I also have children and my heart goes out to this family, the road system is dorset is shocking but that is no excuse for impatient or bad driving. It always make me cringe and I hate to hear of any traffic incidents. But bringing down the speed limit wont help unless it is enforced in a manageable and fair way
I also have children and my heart goes out to this family, the road system is dorset is shocking but that is no excuse for impatient or bad driving. It always make me cringe and I hate to hear of any traffic incidents. But bringing down the speed limit wont help unless it is enforced in a manageable and fair way luffy22
  • Score: 2

5:01pm Sun 6 Apr 14

Billy1mate says...

JamesYoung wrote:
cosmick wrote:
Most cases SUBARU = IDIOT DRIVER!
Sorry to all the other injured, and those who have lost family.
Sadly, you're right. Fast cars encourage fast driving.
There are a lot of idiots on that road. Sadly, a 40mph limit enforced with speed cameras is probably called for.
In a few months from now, the Echo will doubtless report on the snivelling excuses used by this murderer's solicitor. I hope he goes to jail for a very, very long time.
The roads are slow enough already, without making them slower. large goods vehicles limit on a single carriageway is 40mph. There are loads of people of a certain age that drive at 40mph in a 60mph and 40mph in a 30mph. Most dangerous overtakes are out of frustration, average speed cameras will just increase this and whilst it is terribly sad that someone has lost their life, speed cameras in whatever guise will not stop dangerous manoeuvres. I feel the standard of driving in Dorset is particularly poor & no speed camera is going to improve that.
[quote][p][bold]JamesYoung[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]cosmick[/bold] wrote: Most cases SUBARU = IDIOT DRIVER! Sorry to all the other injured, and those who have lost family.[/p][/quote]Sadly, you're right. Fast cars encourage fast driving. There are a lot of idiots on that road. Sadly, a 40mph limit enforced with speed cameras is probably called for. In a few months from now, the Echo will doubtless report on the snivelling excuses used by this murderer's solicitor. I hope he goes to jail for a very, very long time.[/p][/quote]The roads are slow enough already, without making them slower. large goods vehicles limit on a single carriageway is 40mph. There are loads of people of a certain age that drive at 40mph in a 60mph and 40mph in a 30mph. Most dangerous overtakes are out of frustration, average speed cameras will just increase this and whilst it is terribly sad that someone has lost their life, speed cameras in whatever guise will not stop dangerous manoeuvres. I feel the standard of driving in Dorset is particularly poor & no speed camera is going to improve that. Billy1mate
  • Score: 3

7:46pm Sat 12 Apr 14

Rocket dog3 says...

Subaru isn't even a fast car it just makes a lot of awful noise there no power to them and it's only idiots that drive the pieces of junk ,,,,,, my thoughts go out to the wife and daughter for there loss
Subaru isn't even a fast car it just makes a lot of awful noise there no power to them and it's only idiots that drive the pieces of junk ,,,,,, my thoughts go out to the wife and daughter for there loss Rocket dog3
  • Score: -1

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