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Woman fined over forgotten car accident

A driver was prosecuted this week for a car accident that she could not remember.

She did plead guilty to driving without due care and attention, as it was clear that she had lost control of her vehicle on a right-hand turn, according to witnesses, and had been responsible for the crash with the other car.

The collision left the driver in hospital for nine weeks, and caused personal injury to the other driver involved including a broken foot and an arm broken in two places.

Reporting on the car accident, her local paper stated that "she could not remember the incident, but said it looked like a momentary lapse of concentration." No report was made of the second driver making a no win, no fee compensation claim.

The driver was fined £200, plus £50 costs, and received eight points on her licence.



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