Car accident news
19/06/2008

Vertical car results from road traffic accident

A Suffolk woman was horrified to find her car wedged vertically on its nose following a late-night road traffic accident last weekend.

Just after 7am, a tractor was involved in a crash with two cars near Woodbridge, causing damage to a wall as well as the vehicles. Fortunately no people were hurt, although many people in the village were woken.

The owner of the vertical car crash vehicle said, "My car is completely written off after what happened. I heard a pretty loud noise but did not think anything of it.

"But my boyfriend had to get up to go to work and he said there had been an accident. I walked out of the front door and I saw my car balancing on its headlights - what a shock to have on a Sunday morning."

With no-one hurt, there is no necessity for a personal injury claim. A nineteen-year-old is due to appear before magistrates, police said, on charges of fraud, driving without due care and attention, driving without insurance and driving while disqualified as a result of the road traffic accident.

 

 

 
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