Workshop is wrecked but driver has lucky escape in Wisbech crash
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A driver has had a lucky escape after his car left the road and ended up on a gate in Wisbech.
Police were called to the A1101 Sutton Road at 10.40pm yesterday following reports of a crash.
On arrival they found a black Rover 25 around 6ft off the road and propped up on a gate.
The home owner whose workshop was wrecked said: 'It is going to be a huge bill to replace all of this. Twenty years of hard graft all gone in seconds.'
He said: 'Viewing the CCTV she launched over my neighbour's shed, took out the greenhouse, nose dived into a Land Rover that stopped front end spinning it round.
'The car then whacked the poor workshop and stopped on a gate. The Land Rover was pushed into the workshop and bent round post of the workshop like a banana.'
He added: 'At the end of the day its just stuff.
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Police said the driver was uninjured in the crash.