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Mystery surrounds car’s bizarre resting place

Car finds bizarre resting place in Tweed.
Car finds bizarre resting place in Tweed.

PIGS might not be able to fly, but evidently neither can Toyota hatchbacks.

A red Toyota has mounted the roundabout on the corner of Dixon St and Florence St, Tweed Heads.

The car has crashed either overnight or this morning and was still precariously perched in place on the roundabout awaiting removal.

This stolen car was left in a strange position.
This stolen car was left in a strange position.

Damage was visible on the cars front and rear and the vehicle has caused minor structural damage to the roundabout.

Police were unable to comment on the crash at this time.

Police believe the car was stolen.

Topics:  car, tweed heads



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