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Car collides with house in Oxley

Canfan 8 May 2014 5

Firefighters and intensive care paramedics are on Newman Morris Circuit, Oxley after a car has collided with a house.

The house has sustained some minor structural damage with a broken window and window frame.

ACT Fire & Rescue has made the area safe and ACT Ambulance Service intensive care paramedics are treating the single female occupant of the vehicle, aged in her 40’s for a medical condition. The female patient will shortly be taken to The Canberra Hospital.

The house was not occupied at the time of the collision.

(ESA Media Release)


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goggles13 goggles13 7:39 pm 09 May 14

with the police targeting impaired drivers in May, I expect there will be less occurrences of houses jumping out in front of cars and being hit

gooterz gooterz 7:35 pm 09 May 14

Police believe the house was speeding and under the influence

Primal Primal 11:06 am 09 May 14

We’ve been teaching our house to look both ways before crossing the road since it was just a shed. Homeowners these day, sheesh…

switch switch 9:06 am 09 May 14

eyeLikeCarrots said :

What was the house doing on the road in the first place! I’m sick and tired of unregistered houses using the roads that my tax dollars pay for. The never indicate, never give way and more its becoming far too common for the occupants to be affected by alcohol and drugs!

These deadly domiciles can do horrific damage to cars and humans alike, its about time the ACT Government and the AFP took action!

Trams, sorry, “light rail,” will fix all this.

eyeLikeCarrots eyeLikeCarrots 8:07 am 09 May 14

What was the house doing on the road in the first place! I’m sick and tired of unregistered houses using the roads that my tax dollars pay for. The never indicate, never give way and more its becoming far too common for the occupants to be affected by alcohol and drugs!

These deadly domiciles can do horrific damage to cars and humans alike, its about time the ACT Government and the AFP took action!

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