Four cars damaged in chain-reaction-crash on Brussels roundabout
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Four cars damaged in chain-reaction-crash on Brussels roundabout

Four vehicles bumped into each other in an Ixelles roundabout, in a chain-reaction crash involving a parked card. Credit: Facebook

A four-car collision disturbed traffic on a Brussels roundabout on Monday, after four vehicles crashed into each other on a roundabout accident involving a parked car.

The accident took place around noon in a roundabout connecting Rue Antoine Labarre and Avenue Guillaume Macau located in Ixelles’ busy Place Flagey.

The driver of one vehicle reportedly hit another car that was parked in the curb near one of the roundabout’s exits, causing a chain reaction in which the two cars behind it all bumped into one another, according to reports by BX1.

Posted by Alertes Contrôles De Police – Infos Bruxelles on Monday, June 17, 2019

No vehicles were carrying any passengers, and the drivers sustained no injuries during the incident.

The four cars will have to be towed away, and the owner of the parked vehicle has not yet been found, as the vehicle’s licence plate was damaged in the accident.

The Brussels Times

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