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Driver lands car on top of caravans while trying to park

today3 July 2022

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A driver attempting to manoeuvre in a car park inadvertently landed on top of two caravans and sparked an emergency response. Firefighters called out to the incident had to recover the vehicle from its perch.

At 2.47pm on Saturday (July 2), Derbyshire Fire and Rescue Service were called to Glossop Caravans, on the A57 Brookfield Road in the High Peak, to deal with the ‘mishap’. No-one has been injured during the incident.

It’s not clear how the driver managed to get on top of the caravans, reports Derbyshire Live. The incident caused damage to the three vehicles involved.

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Crews from Greater Manchester Fire and Rescue Service attended, and the MRU (major rescue unit) from Staveley Fire Station assisted with the extrication and stability of the stricken vehicle, along with an on-call crew from the Chapel-en-le-Frith Fire Station.

A spokesperson from Glossop Fire Station said: “Crew paged at 2.07pm today (Saturday, July 2) to reports of an RTC. On arrival, crews found a car on top of two caravans which had happened due to a mishap trying to park in car park. ALP (Ariel ladder platform) from Greater Manchester Fire and Rescue Service (GMFRS) and MRU (major rescue unit) from Staveley Fire Station assisted with extrication and stability of the vehicle. All persons are safe and well.”

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