Tractor lost control on the middle of the road, climbed on the car coming in front, crushed the whole vehicle
A man in the UK miraculously escaped unhurt when his car collided with an uncontrollable tractor and ran over him. The incident took place in September last year near the RAF Mildenhall Air Base in Suffolk on A1101 in Beck Row.
According to a BBC report, the 19-year-old tractor driver was found to be exceeding the legal driving limit for cocaine. At a court hearing in connection with the case on 6 June, he was given an eight-week suspended prison sentence and 60 hours of unpaid work at Carlisle Magistrates' Court.
In a video of the incident that has surfaced online, Tyler Sauerby's tractor can be seen climbing on top of a Honda car and completely destroying the car under its huge tyres. Thankfully, the car driver jumped out of the vehicle in time.
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It was later confirmed that the man was an airman at the RAF base. Officials at the airbase said the driver did not suffer any major injuries.
On Monday, the 19-year-old admitted in court to driving recklessly and driving under the influence of alcohol.
Images showing the damage to the Honda car were also shown in court.
"Thank God no one was injured," Campbell told the court. I think this young man was taken to the hospital, it was a precautionary measure. The Honda driver was not hurt, it was not as serious as it could have been."
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