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Boffo bingle at North Ainslie Primary

By johnboy - 6 November 2008 31

[First filed: November 05, 2008 @ 10:09]

Thanks to Gungahlin Al for the tip.

In the small hours of the morning (one resident reckons 3.30am) someone managed to get the Majura-Davenport roundabout very badly wrong.

It looks like the car clipped a tree on the wrong side and rolled before coming to rest in the school’s fence.

UPDATED: Apparently a 25yr old from Goulburn was pulled from the passenger seat and blew over for DUI. There’s a media release from the police somewhere, but not online.

Slideshow for virtual rubberneckers below:


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31 Responses to
Boffo bingle at North Ainslie Primary
Weaselburger 8:44 pm 05 Nov 08

By the Look of it I hope they Didn’t Have any Passengers

Granny 3:05 pm 05 Nov 08

It looks like it flew like a bird and landed like a hippopotamus.

Skidd Marx 2:54 pm 05 Nov 08

Such a waste of a damn fine automobile. Not many of them getting aroud these days.

mutley 1:26 pm 05 Nov 08

A 25-year-old Goulburn man
Can I be first to call Todd Carney?

abc 12:06 pm 05 Nov 08

Here’s the police release… they’ve now issued a correction to Ainslie.

Goulburn eh..

For immediate release

Alleged drink driver almost three times over limit

A 25-year-old Goulburn man will face a drink driving charge after the vehicle he was driving collided with a fence in Hackett earlier today (November 5).

About 4.40am, police conducting routine patrols found a grey Toyota Camry sedan with significant damage to the front end and the rear of the vehicle resting on a steel mesh fence at Hackett Primary School, Majura Avenue, Hackett.

The alleged driver returned a positive result to an initial roadside breath screening test and was conveyed to the City Police Station where he recorded a blood alcohol reading of 0.135 grams of alcohol per 100mL of blood – almost three times over the 0.05 limit.

The man will be summonsed to face the ACT Magistrates Court on February 18, 2009.

harvyk1 12:00 pm 05 Nov 08

What are they worried about, it’ll buff out…

p1 10:54 am 05 Nov 08

Even if it wasn’t stolen, how much you want to bet that the owner tells the police it was? Hope they are OK, that looks like a pretty decent crash to wander away from without getting at least a checkup.

dexi 10:44 am 05 Nov 08

If it is stolen, then they left $5 on the dash for the damage.

neanderthalsis 10:36 am 05 Nov 08

I reckon the tree will need a few more hits on the other side before it is fully ringbarked.

BerraBoy68 10:32 am 05 Nov 08

VYBerlinaV8_the_one_they_all_copy said :

Bloody Canberra drivers!

Normally I’d agree V8, but them be NSW Licence Plates.

Sniff, Sniff….I’m smelling stolen vehicle.

johnboy 10:21 am 05 Nov 08

The impression I’d got was that the driver didn’t hang around to talk to the authorities.

But I’m happy to be corrected on that.

squashee 10:20 am 05 Nov 08

Did they get a breath test?? Melbourne Cup – write off car at 3:30am.. Coincidence??

Granny 10:17 am 05 Nov 08

Bloody hell!

VYBerlinaV8_the_one_ 10:16 am 05 Nov 08

Bloody Canberra drivers!

Holden Caulfield 10:10 am 05 Nov 08

Bloody Camry drivers!

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