Kidderminster Depot

Reece S
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Re: Kidderminster Depot

Post by Reece S » 00:31 Monday 13th November 2017

Cheers all I have some exciting news on the bus driver front! :D

chason
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Re: Kidderminster Depot

Post by chason » 19:21 Tuesday 14th November 2017

According to local radio, a Diamond bus caused havoc in the Kidderminster area by depositing leaking fuel on roads this morning, including outside the police station. It certainly seems that they do have maintenance problems in both Redditch and Kidderminster.

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Re: Kidderminster Depot

Post by DD12 » 21:43 Tuesday 14th November 2017

Reece S wrote:
00:31 Monday 13th November 2017
Cheers all I have some exciting news on the bus driver front! :D
Are congratulations in-order ? ;)

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Re: Kidderminster Depot

Post by ANDREW » 09:05 Wednesday 15th November 2017

chason wrote:
19:21 Tuesday 14th November 2017
. . . . . . a Diamond bus caused havoc in the Kidderminster area by depositing leaking fuel on roads this morning.
I heard this mentioned on the two pm news, I think that the No 2 service was mentioned and it appears that the "leak" went on for miles as opposed to yards . . . . so much so that a "gritting" lorry loaded with sand had to be utilised to contain the "leak" !! :o So own up - who forgot to put the filler cap back on ?? :lol:

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Re: Kidderminster Depot

Post by chason » 18:59 Friday 17th November 2017

ANDREW wrote:
09:05 Wednesday 15th November 2017
chason wrote:
19:21 Tuesday 14th November 2017
. . . . . . a Diamond bus caused havoc in the Kidderminster area by depositing leaking fuel on roads this morning.
I heard this mentioned on the two pm news, I think that the No 2 service was mentioned and it appears that the "leak" went on for miles as opposed to yards . . . . so much so that a "gritting" lorry loaded with sand had to be utilised to contain the "leak" !! :o So own up - who forgot to put the filler cap back on ?? :lol:
According to the local news, the same bus has been at it again today! This time it took fire crews from Bewdley, Kidderminster and Stourport (which probably means the Environmental Protection Unit which is based there) to stem the flow and prevent the fuel entering water courses. A spokesman for Diamond said that both incidents have been caused by speed bumps.

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Re: Kidderminster Depot

Post by chason » 08:43 Saturday 18th November 2017

chason wrote:
18:59 Friday 17th November 2017
ANDREW wrote:
09:05 Wednesday 15th November 2017

I heard this mentioned on the two pm news, I think that the No 2 service was mentioned and it appears that the "leak" went on for miles as opposed to yards . . . . so much so that a "gritting" lorry loaded with sand had to be utilised to contain the "leak" !! :o So own up - who forgot to put the filler cap back on ?? :lol:
According to the local news, the same bus has been at it again today! This time it took fire crews from Bewdley, Kidderminster and Stourport (which probably means the Environmental Protection Unit which is based there) to stem the flow and prevent the fuel entering water courses. A spokesman for Diamond said that both incidents have been caused by speed bumps.
This incident seems to get more and more bizarre. It's now reported that members of the public in Bewdley used incontinence pads to help mop up the spillage. In apologising and thanking them, a Diamond spokesman said that the company would help recompense them for their trouble. I guess a bulk order at the local pharmacy is now on the cards.

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Re: Kidderminster Depot

Post by AdamH » 09:21 Saturday 18th November 2017

An ex-Kidderminster driver that now works at Worcester sent me this...
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chason
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Re: Kidderminster Depot

Post by chason » 09:23 Saturday 18th November 2017

As a postscript to the fuel leakage story, there's a picture on Facebook showing said incontinence pads and, BX07 KPP, the offending vehicle.

PS Sorry - only just seen the picture above!

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Re: Kidderminster Depot

Post by Ridercross » 13:36 Saturday 18th November 2017

I see that speed bumps are to blame according to Diamond. Have there been some new one installed or changed on the 2 route recently to cause two incidents in one week?

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