A learner driver plows his dad’s car in the saloon ‘while taking a child for a spin’ in Bradford
A 17-year-old learner driver rams his dad’s car into a family’s living room ‘while taking a child for a ride’ in Bradford
- A learner driver crashed his father’s car into a home in Bradford on Friday
- The 17-year-old would drive the Toyota Verso with a provisional license
- She and her passenger, a little girl aged five to seven, were hospitalized
A learner driver crashed his father’s car in a family’s living room “while taking a child for a ride”.
The 17-year-old who is believed to have a provisional license plowed the silver Toyota Verso through the bay window of a house in Bradford, West Yorkshire, on Friday night.
A little girl between the ages of five and seven was said to have been seated in the front passenger seat.
Both girls were taken to hospital with non-life-threatening injuries.
The silver Toyota Verso crashed through the bay window of a family home in Bradford on Friday night
The accident triggered a major emergency response last night.
Firefighters assessed the stability of the house before police removed the car.
A police spokesperson said: ‘Emergency services were called to a road traffic accident shortly after 7.30pm last night.
“Two women were taken to hospital where their injuries are not considered life threatening.”
The car drove up the sidewalk and into the living room of the house. The driver, apparently a 17-year-old learner driver, and his passenger, a little girl, were injured
The fire service said: ‘This was a request for us from the police after a car went through the bay window of a house.
“There was no one trapped but there was a fuel leak.
“We sent in the technical rescue unit from Cleckheaton.
“We assessed the stability of the house and then the police organized the recovery.”