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Dramatic moment car smashes into four parked vehicles

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Posted by The King Slayer 2017 years ago in CCTV
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This is the shocking moment a car was filmed smashing into parked vehicles at high speed causing the occupants to flee. A red Peugeot 308 was caught on camera ploughing into four other cars, damaging two so badly they were written off. The vehicle first crashed into a silver car in the street in Cleethorpes, Lincolnshire, before spinning around 180 degrees and hitting three other cars. CCTV footage then caught the driver, who was wearing red shorts, fleeing the scene while another man and a woman emerge gingerly from the Peugeot holding a dog. And witnesses said the pair were then seen trying to flag down cars to give them a lift away from the area. Residents are then seen gathering around the horror crash, with some pointing and shouting at the driver as he ran off. Stewart Wilson, a bassist in a local band whose van was hit in the incident, said: 'I live opposite to where it happened and luckily had it installed. I saw the red car come down Barcroft Street at such speed. 'It hit the convertible, a Peugeot, and then spun round, hitting at least three or four others.' The red Peugeot initially hit a silver Peugeot 307, before striking the white Ford Transit van, a Volkswagen Golf and a black Renault Espace. The silver Peugeot and the Renault were both written off while the other vehicles sustained minor damage. Eye-witness Sarah Usher said: 'My mum saw this car go past while she was walking my two-year-old son to the shop, sickens me to think this could have hit them.' Kellie Marie Roffee said: 'We drove past five minutes after this, they could have got us if we were five minutes before.' Anyone who witnessed the incident is asked to call police on 101, quoting log number 467 of April 19.

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