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Lucky escape for motorist

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A WARRINGTON motorist had a lucky escape after losing control of her car

while driving through Stockton Heath earlier today.
The 51-year-old woman is believed to have lost control of her vehicle after colliding with a parked vehicle in Ellesmere Road and then collided with another parked car.
Although badly shaken up by the incident and taken to hospital, the woman is believed to have escaped any serious injury.

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5 Comments

  1. “lost control of her vehicle AFTER colliding with a parked vehicle”??? So, she was in perfect control of it when she hit the parked car was she?

    She must’ve been going at a fair old pace to have put her car on its roof!!

  2. The lady was very luck indeed as had the red car not been parked where it was and taken the initial impact her car could have plunged straight through the fencing into the Manchester Ship Canal. ‘Someone’ was watching over her today and I’m glad that she seems to be OK.

  3. The road is essentially a single lane carriageway given the number of cars parked on the side. Everyone who drives down it appears to use it as a drag strip. It was only a matter of time before something like this happened.

    What makes me laugh is how the hell she got the car on the roof.

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