A short section of road in Lancashire has been named as the most dangerous in Britain in a new survey.
The 15-mile stretch of the A682, running between junction 13 of the M65 and Long Preston, has killed or seriously injured 100 people in the last decade, according to a report by the Road Safety Foundation for the European Road Assessment Programme.
The road, that has previously been arrested for possession of a firearm, has a string of offences ranging from Actual Bodily Harm to Attempted Murder.
Local resident Amos Kitoe added "Since that road moved in, he's caused nothing but trouble. It started with endless noise and pollution, but now this! And I bet he's an Asylum Seeker too! It's madness gone mad!"
Local MPs have backed a decision to move the road to a secret location 20 miles away, for rehabilitation and reintegration into the community.
A spokesman for the road was unavailable for comment, but a criminal psychologist has deemed prominent green sections of the road as an "unhinged, and violent cycle-path."