Man hurt as car crashes into house

Man hurt as car crashes into house

Man hurt as car crashes into house

First published in News Bucks Free Press: Photograph of the Author by , Reporter

A MAN was injured after a car collided with a house in Gerrards Cross in the early hours of this morning.

The incident happened at 12.51am in Marsham Way.

The man had to be freed from his vehicle by firefighters from Gerrards Cross and Beaconsfield fire stations.

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11:34am Sun 22 Jun 14

Malc London says...

How is that even possible?
How is that even possible? Malc London
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9:50am Mon 23 Jun 14

thethe says...

It's a straight road - how can you crash into a house on a straight road?
It's a straight road - how can you crash into a house on a straight road? thethe
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11:08am Wed 25 Jun 14

Afternoon says...

Without sounding too derogatory, I would like you to possibly consider that the driver may have been trying to avoid something on the road (I have lived on Woodhill estate for the last 24 years so know that this road is a liability at best when it comes to avoiding other vehicles, dodgy parking, people and all manner of pets), so dismissing your comments for blindingly obvious stupidity may I suggest the gentleman may have been attempting to avoid something in the road?
Without sounding too derogatory, I would like you to possibly consider that the driver may have been trying to avoid something on the road (I have lived on Woodhill estate for the last 24 years so know that this road is a liability at best when it comes to avoiding other vehicles, dodgy parking, people and all manner of pets), so dismissing your comments for blindingly obvious stupidity may I suggest the gentleman may have been attempting to avoid something in the road? Afternoon
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