WOODLEY residents have expressed their concern following a recent crash in Hurricane Way.

A woman was injured in the area on June 29 following a collision in the residential road.

A car was overturned in the crash.

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She suffered minor injuries, but residents who live nearby have become worried about the traffic, which they say is worsening in the area.

Posting in the Facebook group Woodley Gossip Girls'n'Guys, one resident said at the time: "[The crash was] Probably more due to number of parked cars on both sides of the road obscuring visibility, which is an issue on that road. "Main thing is that no one was seriously injured."

Another added: "Probably took off with the bumpy road, it's horrendous down there."

Some are calling for more safety measures in the area to avoid any future incidents.

Speaking about the traffic issues in the area, a council spokesperson said: "The council has not been formally notified of this collision and is not normally notified unless there has been an injury to road users or damage to public property.

"In the past speed control measures have been implemented on Hurricane Way and the council will investigate the ‘loop’ section of the road to see if further measures are justified.

"Pedestrian crossing facilities are being implemented during the summer in the vicinity of Woodley Church of England Primary School, but no other traffic measures are being considered on the road at this time.

"The council follows and supports the road safety advice set out in The Highway Code and advocates the use of this advice by Wokingham's residents and drivers.

"Traffic speed enforcement is the responsibility of Thames Valley Police."

Facebook group Wokingham Borough Council Traffic & Travel posted in the group last week (July 5) to inform locals maintenance work will be taking place in Hurricane Way.

It said: "Multi-way lights will be in place on Hurricane Way, Woodley, at the junction with Donaldson Way, 10-12 July, 930am-330pm, to allow Thames Water to carry out maintenance work."