Senior unhurt after flipping car
A 73-year-old man escaped unhurt after his car went down an embankment and flipped over in Pembroke.
The vehicle landed on its roof after plunging down the bank on St John’s Road, near the junction with Tatems Hill, last Saturday, at about 10.40am.
Police said the driver, from Pembroke, had to be helped out of the vehicle and was checked at the scene by paramedics.
A spokesman said he was “apparently unhurt” and declined further medical attention.
Traffic diversions were in place for about two hours until the damaged car was towed away.
Witnesses should call police on 295-0011.
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