A TEENAGER has been asked to attend a parish hall inquiry after a car collided with a bicycle rack in town – and got stuck in it.
Emergency Services were called to Green Street at 7.45pm on Friday after the 17-year-old boy’s silver VW Polo reportedly clipped the kerb and became jammed in the storage unit.
The Fire and Rescue Service removed the vehicle from the bike rack so it could be towed away, while paramedics tended to the driver.
A Police spokesperson confirmed this morning that the young man did not suffer any injuries, but was left ‘shaken up’ by the collision.
The teenager has been asked to attend a parish hall inquiry for allegedly driving without due care and attention.
The road was reopened at 8.15pm.