SNOW: Car crashes into shop wall in Eastwood

By David Parker | 01/03/2018

SNOW: Car crashes into shop wall in Eastwood
A car drove into the front of Sofa-UK this morning

POLICE have reminded motorists to take extra care on the roads after a car crashed into a wall in Eastwood this morning (Thursday).

A Fiat 500 crashed into Sofa UK on Fitzwilliam Road after skidding off the road.

 


The vehicle has been recovered and the driver is reported to be safe and well.

PCSO Jackie Millward said: “It left the road by accident due to the weather conditions, hit a wall and has gone through.

“I would remind everyone to make sure they are safe while driving.”

PCSO Millward said the shop was not open at the time of the accident.

Meanwhile, PCSO Paul Newman reunited a man with his wallet after finding it while clearing snow outside Greasbrough Library.

 


PCSO Newman was at the library to hold his weekly surgery which takes place from 9am to 11.30am.

 

 

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