In Baulkham Hills, Sydney, a driver spills coffee over his lap, causing his pickup to tumble and roll over

In Baulkham Hills, Sydney, a driver spills coffee over his lap, causing his pickup to tumble and roll over

A driver whose truck overturned and landed on its roof on the opposite side of the road told authorities he lost control after spilling coffee on himself.

A driver whose ute ended up on its roof on the other side of the road in a mangled wreck told police he lost control after spilling coffee on his himself
The man rolled his white Ford Ranger truck at 7:45 a.m. at the intersection of Seven Hills Road and Bingara Road in Baulkham Hills, northern Sydney.

Photos depict the truck inverted, with debris thrown across the roadway and a footpath guard rail fence shattered by the incident.

Thankfully, no further vehicles were involved in the dramatic early-morning collision.

A driver whose pickup truck landed on its roof on the opposite side of the road in a wrecked collision claimed police he lost control after spilling coffee on himself.

At approximately 7.45 a.m., the guy flipped his white Ford Ranger pickup at the intersection of Seven Hills Road and Bingara Road in Baulkham Hills, northern Sydney.

The man flipped his white Ford Ranger ute at the corner of Seven Hills Road and Bingara Road Baulkham Hills, northern Sydney, about 7.45am

The unidentified driver who luckily escaped with only minor injuries told investigators at the scene that he had a cup of coffee on his lap when the vehicle flipped.

Images of the overturned ute posted to the Facebook page of the Hills Police Area Command were welcomed with disbelief.

Could occur to any one of us. One reader added, “I’m pleased they’re alive and not another road statistic.”

Someone else wrote, “Thank God they’re okay.” No one should be executed for spilling coffee on their lap.Extraordinary photos show the vehicle upside down with debris strewn across the road and a footpath guard rail fence crumbled in from the impact

Extraordinary photographs depict the truck inverted with debris strewn over the roadway and a footpath guard rail fence that has collapsed as a result of the collision.

Thankfully, no further vehicles were involved in the dramatic early-morning collision.

A third responded, “It’s a timely reminder that even the smallest things can lead to an accident.”

Another individual joked, “I’ll add this to the list of reasons why I don’t drink coffee.”Fortunately, no other vehicle was involved in the spectacular early-morning crash

It is a little-known road rule in Australia that eating or drinking behind the wheel can result in a fine if the driver is found to have lost control of the car.

In New South Wales, where the collision took place, the penalty is a fine of $469 and three demerit points.

However, no charges or fines have been issued as of yet

 

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