A Salford man has been fined £784 after overturning his car in a horror crash that ripped the vehicle apart. Harrison Hurst, 19, was found guilty at Manchester and Salford Magistrates Court of driving without due care and attention after the incident on Liverpool Road, Eccles in December 2021.
Pictures from the scene show Hurst's vehicle, turned on its side with the windscreen smashed and severe damage to the front of the car. READ MORE: MI5 failures ahead of arena bombing were 'unacceptable', families of victims say Following his conviction, Hurst, of Sandywarps, Irlam was given five penalty points and handed total fines of £784.
In a tweet, GMP Traffic said: "Court result: Harrison Hurst, 19 of Sandywarps, Irlam. Found guilty at Manchester and Salford Magistrates court of driving without due care and attention after overturning his car on Liverpool Road, Eccles in December 2021.
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