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A student on his way to his university was amazed and shocked by what he saw at the side of the road – a fully-grown swan was lying on the pavement next to a neighbour’s car, which had a buckled and smashed windscreen. What seemed to have happened was that the swan had dropped from the sky onto the windscreen smashing it to pieces. The swan itself looked as though it was dead until it suddenly began to honk.
Wolverhampton police have come up with a novel way of reducing thefts from cars – they have installed a talking box on a lamp post at West Park, which speaks a warning message to people passing by. Operated by a heat sensor, the solar-powered message board delivers a message which prompts drivers to be certain they have removed any valuables from view and locked their cars securely, and also warns passers-by that there are pickpockets at large in the vicinity.
The annual crackdown on drink driving, with a new focus on drug driving, has been kicked off by two police forces. Staffordshire police have decided to use shock tactics and have recently released video footage of a drink driver called Harrison King, who was lucky to escape death. He suffered major injuries after he crashed his car into a house with railings around it – one of the railings came through his windscreen and badly wounded his head, meaning he needed to be put into an induced coma to recover.
An unnamed woman has been hit and severely injured by a police car in Bristol city centre while the car was on its way to answer an emergency call. The woman who is 33 years old is currently in intensive care in a critical condition after being struck by the police car. The driver of the police car had its blue lights flashing and was driving to respond to a 999 call and reports of a man armed with a knife who was apparently threatening people in the Stokes Croft area of the city.
It is predicted that this winter is going to be another severe one, and as it is Road Safety Week this week, we have listed below some helpful tips on safe driving in poor weather. However, one of the things that you can do right now is to check on the condition of your windscreen. If you can’t see totally clearly through your windscreen, you won’t be able to drive safely, no matter what the weather – in fact, even fine scratches on your windscreen can be a real problem if you are trying to drive while facing into the low suns we tend to get this time of year.
Caring for your vehicle windscreen makes sense; you can save yourself both time and money. myWindscreen service is here to help if you need us, but you can prevent problems by taking a few simple actions:
A 27 year old man has been found guilty of a number of crimes after he went on a drunken rampage, and attacked Pie Bobs, a baking and confectionery shop located in Arbroath. He caused £800 worth of damage to Pie Bobs, and £230 worth when he broke a police car windscreen and did other damage to the car.
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