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Gate CRASHER! Driver slams £60,000 Porsche into historic stone gatehouse

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Gate CRASHER! Driver slams £60,000 Porsche into historic stone gatehouse after ‘overshooting’ junction… but walked away uninjured

  • Porsche driver crashed into a stone gatehouse in Warwickshire on Saturday 
  • Dramatic pictures show the mangled remains of the £60,000 vehicle
  • Residents living near the scene said it was ‘a miracle’ the driver survived










A Porsche driver cheated death after ‘overshooting’ a junction and smashing the £60,000 vehicle into a historic stone gatehouse.

Police dashed to the scene after the Cayenne demolished part of a wall of the building near Stoneleigh Deer Park Golf Club, Warwickshire, at 9pm on Saturday night.

Dramatic pictures taken by officers show the mangled remains of the car following the crash.

Posting the snaps of the wrecked car on the force’s OPU Facebook page, Warwickshire Police said: ‘We have just attended this single vehicle road traffic collision on the Coventry Road, Stoneleigh.

‘The driver of this Porsche Cayenne escaped uninjured after overshooting a give way from the Stoneleigh Road and colliding through the wall opposite.

A Porsche driver has cheated death after "overshooting" a junction and smashing into a historic stone gatehouse

A Porsche driver has cheated death after “overshooting” a junction and smashing into a historic stone gatehouse

Police dashed to the scene after the Cayenne demolished part of a wall of the building near Stoneleigh Deer Park Golf Club, Warwickshire, on Saturday night

Police dashed to the scene after the Cayenne demolished part of a wall of the building near Stoneleigh Deer Park Golf Club, Warwickshire, on Saturday night

Dramatic pictures taken by Warwickshire Police show the mangled remains of the £60,000 Cayenne following the crash at 9pm

Dramatic pictures taken by Warwickshire Police show the mangled remains of the £60,000 Cayenne following the crash at 9pm

‘We remained on scene and arranged recovery of the vehicle.’

Residents living near the scene said it was ‘a miracle’ the driver survived.

One said: ‘There are very few lights on the road and if you don’t know the road then the junction can appear very suddenly.

‘The wall of the gatehouse was totally demolished. It dates back more than 100 years but at least the driver got out alive.

Pictured: The gatehouse prior to the crash. Residents living near the scene said it was 'a miracle' the driver survived

Pictured: The gatehouse prior to the crash. Residents living near the scene said it was ‘a miracle’ the driver survived

'The wall of the gatehouse was totally demolished. It dates back more than 100 years but at least the driver got out alive,' one resident said

‘The wall of the gatehouse was totally demolished. It dates back more than 100 years but at least the driver got out alive,’ one resident said 

‘After looking at the pictures of the car, it’s a miracle it wasn’t a fatal accident.’

Another local said: ‘That stretch of road is notorious for boy racers speeding between Leamington and Coventry.

‘There’s no speed cameras which is madness really. It looks like this driver had a very, very lucky escape.’

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