“Is anyone dead?” Was the first thought that entered the mind of Shine Bryant, a resident of Felix Mir, when he went out to fetch milk on Friday morning, just as a car sank to return home.
The accident was the result of a group of young men who went on a happy journey in the stolen Subaru Legacy and lost control of Margate Avenue. The driver drove through the spare bedroom of Bryant’s home, which was empty. Bryant’s bedroom is directly through the wall.
Since Friday, he has been sleeping in his lounge, restless even after the incident. Now he, along with others, wants to do something about road safety.
“I have jumped from planes and done a lot in my life, but I have never been driven out of my house. Someone is taking care of me.”
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Bryant remembers his childhood playing on the street down Margate Avenue. Now the road – which he describes as one of the widest in Flex Meyer – is a warm place for those who flow.
It was Friday morning at 5:50 p.m. Bryant got up to make himself coffee and discovered that he was out of milk. He and his dog, Jack, jumped into the car and drove down the quiet street to the dairy, but when they returned, the scene was different.
“I saw friends and neighbors standing in front of me, and I thought, ‘What’s going on here?’ Then I looked at the house. The car hit the spare bedroom. Was
“The day it happened, I had to come over to a colleague from Tapa when he was going to help make the carpet. He was going to stay in that bed. Flew away
The car owner visited Bryant later that day and told him the car was not insured.
The tire marks started 120 meters above the road, then the car flew through the spare bedroom and into the fence behind Bryant’s property. The driver and his passengers (seven of them, according to neighbors) fled, leaving one girl alone and injured on the sidewalk.
“She was 14, her skull was broken and she was taken to a hospital in Wellington. I’m in touch with her mother and we’re all hoping for the best. The other seven cowards, she ran away.” “They left him. You can see his skull through the wound. No one died, but they left him behind.”
Byrant Flex grew up in Meyer and returned to his family home last November, working in the skydiving industry and house painting in Taupo 20 years later. He had previously lived in Australia.
“The council has to do something, because this is apparently the sixth accident on this road in the last two years.”
Bryant said he would call Hastings District Council on Monday to discuss improving road safety, and was told someone would call him back.
“Neighbor kids play on the sidewalks on their motorcycles, I’m just worried about them. Some judges should at least go inside, because it will slow down the drivers.”
Bryant hopes to start a petition, so action will be taken to secure the street.
Leonard Temihana, another Margate Evan resident, stayed home for five years and agreed that something needed to be done.
“I used to occupy a house at the back of my place. But when we moved into the house in front of here, we saw a lot of action. Too much flow. This corner has seen a lot of destruction, it’s just ridiculous. do not have.
Tamihana saw her first road accident in 2018 when a car flew around a corner and went straight into a tree in the park, missing her neighbor’s house by an inch.
“The actual car went out of the wind into a tree. It was sitting upright. The driver only saw about 14 and he took it off, and the girl was still lame. All I want to do is have some judges here and there.”
One person was seriously injured and several people were seen getting out of the vehicle and walking, police said.
Police have not yet confirmed whether arrests have been made since the crash.