Jersey Police are appealing for witnesses to a case of dangerous driving on Victoria Avenue yesterday afternoon.
The red car was reported to have driven from West Park junction in the wrong direction at 4:20pm on Wednesday 22nd November.
Nobody was injured but police are appealing to the significant number of pedestrians and vehicles in the area at the time who may have witnessed the incident.
Anyone with any information is asked to contact Jersey Police on 612612.
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I have asked Condor as a matter of urgency to find out why, exactly, this has happened and to receive details of the actions they plan to take to ensure it does not happen again.
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