blind bend


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Noun1.blind bend - a curve or bend in the road that you cannot see around as you are drivingblind bend - a curve or bend in the road that you cannot see around as you are driving
bend, curve - curved segment (of a road or river or railroad track etc.)
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Crashed head-on after he overtook pal on blind bend AN "idiotic" driver who overtook his work colleague on a blind bend and crashed into an oncoming vehicle carrying a mother and her four-year-old daughter has been jailed.
This stretch of road is therefore a hazard for motorists and drivers often have to brake sharply in a very poorly lit area, which is also prone to icy surfaces and is located by a blind bend in the road.
Carlo de Chiro, 47, was driving home after a kickabout when a speeding car ploughed into him on a blind bend.
Magaret McKever Only this morning I saw a large Kirklees van parked on a blind bend which forced me onto the other side of the road.
A DRINK-DRIVING cabbie sped down the wrong side of the road and overtook on a blind bend as he tried to shake off his pursuers - an offduty police officer and his family.
The pair were travelling around 20-26mph when the 41-year-old father approached a blind bend on a steep hill near Combe Martin, north Devon.
The pair were travelling at around 20-26mph when the 41-year-old father approached a blind bend on a steep hill near Combe Martin, North Devon.
I'd like to think that when I pray My longings fly right Home, But there's a blind bend in the road, And I feel so alone.
He overtook on a blind bend and blind summit, before spotting an oncoming car, oversteering and overturning.
We came towards a blind bend when around came an enormous dark brown hound-type dog.
A Work restaurant staff said near-misses on that blind bend in front of their restaurant is "common".
But it was built across a double-track road, narrowing it to a single lane that lead into a blind bend, making it a hazard.