Man in custody after crashing Vauxhall Corsa car through side of Cambridgeshire home before failing roadside breath test

PUBLISHED: 11:44 12 November 2019 | UPDATED: 11:44 12 November 2019

The scene at Northfields Avenue in Cambridge after a man crashed a Vauxhall Corsa through the side of a home. Picture: Twitter/@CambsCops

The scene at Northfields Avenue in Cambridge after a man crashed a Vauxhall Corsa through the side of a home. Picture: Twitter/@CambsCops

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A man remains in custody after crashing a car through the side of a Cambridgeshire home.

The scene at Northfields Avenue in Cambridge after a man crashed a Vauxhall Corsa through the side of a home. Picture: Twitter/@CambsCopsThe scene at Northfields Avenue in Cambridge after a man crashed a Vauxhall Corsa through the side of a home. Picture: Twitter/@CambsCops

The 32-year-old was arrested on suspicion of drink driving after the crash which is thought to have taken place early this morning (November 12).

The car, a black Vauxhall Corsa, was photographed wedged in the side of a bungalow in Northfields Avenue, Cambridge.

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A spokesman for Cambridgeshire Police said: "A 32-year-old man remains in custody on suspicion of drink driving.

The scene at Northfields Avenue in Cambridge after a man crashed a Vauxhall Corsa through the side of a home. Picture: Twitter/@CambsCopsThe scene at Northfields Avenue in Cambridge after a man crashed a Vauxhall Corsa through the side of a home. Picture: Twitter/@CambsCops

"He crashed his Vauxhall Corsa into the side of a bungalow in Northfields Avenue, Cambridge.

"Thankfully no one was hurt.

"Know a drink driver? Please call 0800 032 0845. You could save a life."

More to follow.


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