Local News & Archive — March 13, 2016 at 11:26 am — Updated: March 13, 2016 at 1:12 pm

Onlooker shocked by car driving through Rhyl town

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Picture by Danny Wilkinson

Picture by Danny Wilkinson

An onlooker was shocked on Saturday afternoon and described what he believes was “highly illegal when he witnessed a convertible car traveling through Rhyl town centre with a sheet of wood or plaster board on top.

Picture by Danny Wilkinson

Picture by Danny Wilkinson

Eye witness Danny Wilkinson spotted the car on Saturday 12th March at around 3.30pm while traveling as a passenger in his mums car to a near by locals shop.  The dark coloured convertible car which was heading over the Vale Road bridge and left, down Kinmel Street shows what looks like somebody holding the board in place as they travel.

Picture by Danny Wilkinson

Picture by Danny Wilkinson

Danny said ” I thought it was high illegal and it should not have been done as the driver is putting them self and others in danger.

The GOV.UK website claims that the “Highways Agency reported over 22,000 road impact incidents caused by objects falling from vehicles in recent years”, a suitable vehicle should be used for this type of load.

 

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