MORE PICS: Crash in Bexley leaves car on roof

The car pictured in Footscray Lane yesterday afternoon. Photo: Gareth Fient

The car pictured in Footscray Lane yesterday afternoon. Photo: Ben Sowden

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A crash in Footscray Lane, Bexley, yesterday afternoon (September 1) left a car on its roof.

It is thought the car flipped after hitting a parked car.

No one was injured in the incident.

A London Ambulance Service spokesman said: "We were called at 5.10pm to reports of a car overturned.

"We sent a responder in a car to the scene but no one required further treatment."

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8:08am Tue 2 Sep 14

paulbexleyheath says...

how fast must have the car been going to flip over ???
how fast must have the car been going to flip over ??? paulbexleyheath
  • Score: 5

8:36am Tue 2 Sep 14

mumcabs says...

paulbexleyheath wrote:
how fast must have the car been going to flip over ???
That's what I thought as well.
[quote][p][bold]paulbexleyheath[/bold] wrote: how fast must have the car been going to flip over ???[/p][/quote]That's what I thought as well. mumcabs
  • Score: 6

9:23am Tue 2 Sep 14

highway warrior says...

Actually not going that fast, it's surprisingly easy to flip a car.
I was in the queue heading towards the roundabout when it happened, about 10 cars back.
He clipped the tyre of the parked car with his tyre and over it went. Not the first time i've seen it happen.
The driver was fine, the paramedics checked him over and he was given the all clear, shock im sure but uninjured.
3 fire engines, 4 police vehicles, a fast response paramedic and an ambulance all attended!!
Actually not going that fast, it's surprisingly easy to flip a car. I was in the queue heading towards the roundabout when it happened, about 10 cars back. He clipped the tyre of the parked car with his tyre and over it went. Not the first time i've seen it happen. The driver was fine, the paramedics checked him over and he was given the all clear, shock im sure but uninjured. 3 fire engines, 4 police vehicles, a fast response paramedic and an ambulance all attended!! highway warrior
  • Score: 4

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