It’s not an art installation


Last week, a SAAB parked in a Darlington parking station
was the innocent party in a parking mishap. According to the Sydney Morning Herald, it had been simply sitting there, parked, minding its own vehicular
business, when it was accidentally rammed by a learner driver in a Toyota
Camry, sending it through the boundary brick wall.

”The inexperienced driver accelerated by accident
whilst revving the vehicle, resulting in the car travelling at speed up a ramp
on to the first level of the car park and colliding with the Saab,” acting
inspector Paul Callaghan from Newtown local area command told the Herald’s
Georgina Robinson. The learner driver was accompanied by a supervising driver
and neither man had been formally interviewed yet, Inspector Callaghan said,
but confirmed that no-one was injured in the incident.

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