Range Rover driver ploughs into four parked cars after losing control while leaving the gym

Joe Gamp
Contributor, Yahoo News UK
A Range Rover destroyed four parked cars€“ before driving off at 24/7 Fitness in Garston, Liverpool (MERCURY PRESS)

A clumsy Range Rover driver destroyed four parked cars as she performed a U-turn in a car park - before driving off from the scene.

Images show how a total of four parked cars were smashed into, with some appearing to be written off completely.

Witnesses say the motorist was female, believed to be in her early to mid-twenties (MERCURY PRESS)

The incident took place outside 24/7 Fitness in Garston, Liverpool on Thursday morning.

Witnesses say the motorist was female, believed to be in her early to mid-twenties.

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One woman, who saw the carnage unfold as she left the gym, said: “I walked out of the gym and heard a car alarm going off. I saw a woman in a black Range Rover sport with the front of her car literally hanging off driving away.

“I went over to the parked cars and saw multiple vehicles were smashed up. I was shocked – I couldn’t believe someone had done something like that.

The clumsy driver left a trail of destruction with some cars appearing to have been written off (MERCURY PRESS)

“I heard it had something to do with her brakes. She said she was doing a U-turn and the car kept on going while she was trying to brake.”

Eventually, the Range Rover driver returned with her dad - and admitted liability before giving her details to one of the car owners, the woman said.

An eyewitness, who asked not to be named, spotted the carnage after finishing her workout (MERCURY PRESS)

She called police to report the damage - but officers said there was little they could do without the vehicle registration plate.

However Merseyside Police confirmed they are now investigating the smash.

A spokesman for the force said: "A report was received just before 11.15am that seven vehicles had been damaged after a black Land Rover was in collision with six stationary vehicles at The Matchworks car park. The driver of the Land Rover has been located and enquiries into the incident are ongoing."