During friday's foggy rush hour on 20th November 2010 a neighbour reported a RTC on the Reginald Mitchell Way/John Rhodes Way roundabout.
The accident involved two cars, one rear ending the other, and not reported injuries.
Both cars were travelling over the roundabout coming down from the high street and down towards the A500, and seemed to have met either on the roundabout or just as they were coming off.
Tyre tracks were showing up on the grass verge where one of the cars mounted the curb.
Police at the scene said it was probably down to the fog. But when I arrived on the scene to document the crash for the purpose of campaigning to reduce the speed limit on that stretch of road, it was foggy, but that area was very well lit.
As fire officer Ed Case has witnessed this pass week from his observations from the focus roundabout that a high amount of cars pay no head to the give way, speed reduction zone, or lay discipline.
Obviously this may not be the case in this instance, but it's just a good job that no one was walking on the pavement at the time.
Sorry about the quality of the photos, the fog, the low battery, the rubbish photographer and the cross police lady weren't ideal conditions for taking a photo.