Video / In Gungahlin the terrible drivers come to the police

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THIS has been posted to the ACT Policing Facebook page:

About 2.05pm this afternoon, the driver of a white Holden Commodore was attempting to turn the corner of Anthony Rolfe Avenue onto Gozzard Street in Gungahlin, when he accelerated rapidly in an attempt to complete a burnout and lost control of his car and crashed into Gungahlin police station.

Thankfully no one was injured. Well, that’s if you don’t count the wall or the car!

All jokes aside this incident provides a clear reminder that no matter how well you think you can drive, there is simply no acceptable reason that will make it okay if you kill someone because you were driving recklessly.

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