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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by merc85, Oct 24, 2014.
As above, Golf anyone?? nobody hurt im told
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Geez!!! Was it empty at the time of collision?
That's some impact.
not sure i think someone was in it at the time, Happened earlier today i believe
One of the tunnels closed for quite some time too.
Unless the driver is still in the car, there is no sign of anybody having been extracted from the car at the time the photo was taken.
My eye says it's more likely to be a Polo.
Guessing it got rear ended by a truck.
Can't believe it had any rear passengers if nobody got hurt. Looks like front occupant(s) would have had a hell of a time getting out and yet it's not been obviously cut and peeled open by the fire brigade.
Ooh that looks horrible.
The driver must of been pulled from the car through the drivers door or surely it would have a tarpaulin over it
Either way I wouldn't want to be on the m25 tonight.
Or the Pug 206 in the background.
Probably the driver got out and refused to get back in just so the Fire Service could cut the roof off...
Looks like a good version of the smart car now
No serious injuries:
M25 Essex-bound closed following multi-vehicle collision | Harlow Star
More on the crash here, doesn't mention casualties but a few more pics
^ From this link.
MOREFIRE MANGEMENT wrote:
Hi, I am sorry you were in traffic and your shopping trips were ruined, the man in the car is my step father and one of the most beautiful soles on this earth, the accident was not his fault and amazingly he survived. thanks for your concern
I think fish are lovely too
Some of the other comments are spot on as well.
Wow, I bet said stepfather needed a stiff drink after that...
And it's a testament to modern car design. If that was a Mk1 golf, they'd have been lifting out the occupants chunk by chunk...
Looks like i got the model of Car right
It's definitely a Golf, the crease line at the bottom of the front door and the door mirror and fuel filler door are the clues.
It's the older Golf 6...not the most up to date 7. It has a round fuel door...with a crease at the top.
It was that crease at the top which was making me think Polo. I couldn't recall the Golf having that.