Posted by sean on February 11, 2015 at 9:59 pm in Bath City, Life In Bath with No Comments

Like all residents of Bath, and indeed everyone in the country, I was very shocked and saddened by the road traffic accident which occurred in Weston on Monday. The death of the child and those poor men in the car is awful and was personally made all the more harrowing, as I work and live a short distance from where it took place. The tragic event really puts everything in perspective.

There has been a very sombre mode around the City since the accident, and a minutes silence was held before Bath City’s FA Trophy Quarter Final Replay against Dover Athletic last night. The silence was well observed and followed by a fantastic win for Bath City, which saw them progress to the semi-final of the competition for the first time in the club’s history. Many of the victorious players dedicated the win to the victims of the tragedy. Well done, ‘You Stripes’. Well done.

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