Car ploughs through garden wall and into house following road collision

Fire service
Fire service

A car ended up ploughing through the front wall of a house after being involved in a collision with another vehicle on a road in the borough.


The VW Polo came to rest embedded in the wall underneath a bay window at the front of a property on Tyldesley Road in Atherton having also demolished part of a garden wall.

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The car veered off the road following a collision with a Nissan Juke shortly before 6.50am on Thursday.

Fortunately there were no injuries, with both the occupants of the vehicles and the homeowner, who was in a back bedroom at the moment of the dramatic smash, walking away unhurt.

Greater Manchester Police (GMP) and the fire service attended.

When fire crews arrived the Nissan was at the side of the road with a scrape while the Polo's front end was badly smashed.

The full extent of the damage to the house is not yet known.

The fire service remained at the scene for around half an hour before leaving the area in the hands of the police.

Police said on Friday morning that no arrests have been made in connection with the incident.