19 July 2012

Parking Palmerston style

| johnboy
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bad parking

Steve has sent in Gungahlin’s triumphant return to the bad parking winner’s list with this note:

I felt bad about snapping a photo, but this is what I was greeted with when I opened the front door this morning.

No other cars involved. It looks like it crossed the road, hit the gutter and went through a garden that flipped the car which ended up in a side street.

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I have the same trouble myself when I try to reverse park.

…like a glove!

Wodgie said :

Check it out on google maps (no rolled car though)

Ahhh but do you see where you went wrong? If you zoom out, Palmerston is at the other end of the street…. 🙂

If the driver doesn’t blame black ice, he should blame the bad ice he bought in civic on the way home.

PM said :

I know that corner…

How often are you there?

ToastFliesRED4:59 pm 19 Jul 12

oh come on, fair go, that road has been there for almost 20 years, I know, I used to live there, how about ano overpass or light rail, or better yet a roundabout, yes that will do nicely and avoid all these nasty things

Someone’s missed the joke.

Dangerous Road! Bad Road! Spend millions quick!

I know that corner…

“They see me rollin’, they hatin’”

I live in Macgregor said :

Hope they are ok and no one was hurt. Does anyone know what caused the crash?

Some seriously craptacular driving? 🙂

I live in Macgregor10:40 am 19 Jul 12

Hope they are ok and no one was hurt. Does anyone know what caused the crash?

Now thare are some skillz right there.. 😛

I have been geting a bit over the whole parking thing but that is worthy.

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