Story By: Buli Liang, Sub Editor: Joseph Golder, Agency: Asia Wire Report
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This is the moment a Citroen is sent flying into the air after being rear-ended by a women driver in a Porsche, who ends up dragging the other car down the road after it lands on top of her car.
The incident occurred on the G15 motorway in the Ningbo area in east China’s Zhejiang province where it was revealed the Porsche driver was a learner who was not licenses to drive on motorways yet.
In the video, a white Porsche being driven by a female driver named in reports as Ms. Xu, can be seen driving at high speed when the driver of a white Citroen in front of her comes to a halt in traffic.
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The Porsche driver seemingly fails to spot the traffic and drives straight into the back of the Citroen, sending its rear end high into the air as she drives underneath it.
Traffic police were called to the scene and they later found that Ms. Xu had received her driving licence less than one year ago, meaning she is not qualified to drive on motorways according to Chinese traffic law.
The female driver of the Citroen, who has not been named, and her daughter were lightly injured in the incident, according to local media.
Officers found that the Porsche driver, whose age has not been reported, had been driving at around 65 mph at the time of the accident and said she did not brake once before the collision.
She will reportedly be fined 200 RMB 23 GBP for the incident. There have been no reports of any injuries.