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Police have been called to a road traffic collision at Whiteley Bank roundabout on the outskirts of Wroxall this morning (Tuesday).

A car, thought to be a black convertible, has come to a stop upside down on its roof at the busy junction, which connects Godshill, Apse Heath, Wroxall and Shanklin.

No one is thought to have been injured in the incident.

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Traffic is reported to be delayed in the area.

UPDATE @ 10:05 – Recovery of the vehicle is underway on the Wroxall arm of the roundabout. Police remain on scene.

UPDATE @ 10:25 – Police have issued an appeal to help identify and locate the driver of the vehicle, a Toyota MR2

Officers believe that the vehicle has only just been purchased.

The driver is described as being a white male, in his late teens, of average build, with short dark hair and wearing a dark hoody.

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If you recognise this vehicle or were the driver, call 101.

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Az-zahra Aziz

So ‘another’ wonderful driver, stricken by a sudden ‘illness’. A lot of it about on the Island it would seem.

Az-zahra Aziz

WHAT? Yet another brilliant driver, whose car has ‘suddenly’ malfunctioned, or, the driver struck with a instantaneous affliction.

Couldn’t possibly be ‘bad’ driving or drugs or alcohol.


get a life

Zack Zuck

No u


Another maniac

Clare Steen

Any driver found guilty of dangerous driving and putting people’s lives at risk should face a lifetime ban, because they have no respect for life.


They will still drive, that sort of person doesn’t give a damn about anyone or anything.


So another disappearing driver?

Joe Blogs

Obviously hasn’t learnt yet that you are supposed to drive it on its wheels.

Clare Steen

He probably thought his sat-nav did the driving.

Fred Nurke

At least they now know the limits of their ability.

Bob Frapples

I blame the 4×4 , can we still do that? If not it was the motorbike


Unbelievable the number of these so called drivers are not safe to be on the roads.
If caught & there is no doubt of guilt (driving dangerously they should be banned for life.
At this time no real deterrent in force.

Haz Jacobs

It’s so annoying when you think you’ve purchased a Batmobil and your flying jets don’t kick in.


Assume no insurance then or that would have come up on a Police search.


Not a collision, just another single vehicle ‘accident’

Phil mccavity

More bad driving on the I o w

Phil mccavity

I agree

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