Valladolid police searching for a driver who crashed into 25 parked cars

Valladolid police searching a driver who crashed into 25 parked cars. image: policia local valladolid

POLICE in the city of Valladolid are reported to be searching for a driver who left a trail of destruction after crashing into 25 parked cars

Local Police officers from the city of Valladolid, in the autonomous community of Castile and Leon are reportedly searching for a driver who collided with a total of 25 cars that were parked on the street in the La Rondilla neighborhood of the city.

According to police sources, the driver abandoned the vehicle immediately after the incident took place, which is said to have occurred at around dawn this morning, Saturday, August 28.

A spokesman for the Local Police said that such was the impact with which the driver had hit into the parked cars, the municipal crane had to be deployed in order to unblock the road, and free the car from the tangled wreckage, with the driver actually leaving his vehicle there where it came to a halt, across the middle of Calle Tirso de Molina, meaning that traffic was unable to pass by.

In total, the driver left damaged cars on the La Rondilla streets of Tirso de Molina, Nebrija, and Calderon de la Barca, in Valladolid, and it is reported that the police’s Attestation Unit is investigating the events and interviewing eyewitnesses, in order to try and locate the driver, as reported by 20minutos.es.

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