Teenage driver plows father’s car into living room while picking up child

A Toyota Verso driven by a 17-year-old suspected learner driver crashed into a house in Bradford, West Yorkshire on Friday night, causing a fuel leak and ending up hospitalizing the two young people on board

The Toyota Verso was driven into the house
The Toyota Verso was driven into the house

A teenage learner driver plowed her father’s car into a family’s living room while she was taking a child, a resident has claimed.

The driver – believed to be a 17-year-old girl – had borrowed her father’s car on Friday night and taken a girl, aged five to seven, for a spin.

The Toyota Verso was plowed into the home in Bradford, West Yorkshire shortly afterwards, injuring both occupants.

None of the girls are said to have suffered life-threatening injuries.

A large ambulance rushed to the scene, with firefighters assessing the home’s stability before police organized the removal of the silver vehicle.

Both people in the car were injured in the accident


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Police said: “Emergency services were called to a road traffic accident on Heights Lane, Heaton, Bradford, near the junction with Haworth Road, just after 7.30pm last night.

“The incident involved a car colliding with an apartment building.

“Two women were taken to hospital where their injuries are not considered life-threatening.”

A local resident has claimed that the girl only drove the car with a provisional driver’s license.

The fire service added: “It was a request for us from the police after a car drove through the bay window of a house.

“No one was trapped, but there was a fuel leak.

“We sent the Cleckheaton technical rescue team and Fairweather Green was there too.

“We assessed the stability of the house and then the police organized the rescue.”

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