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Ruthless driver races out of a roundabout on the wrong side of the road and almost hits the family


The ruthless driver races out of a roundabout on the wrong side of the road and is just a few inches away from plowing into a mother driving her children

  • Julie Edwards was driving her children in Aylesbury at lunchtime
  • When she approached a roundabout, a Volkswagen came racing towards her
  • It narrowly missed her car and a truck in the left lane, leaving her "shaken".
  • The driver was charged with dangerous driving and the intent to deliver Class A.

This is the moment when a reckless driver plows almost directly into a family car on the wrong side of the road.

Julie Edwards was driving her children in Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire when she approached a roundabout on August 28 at 1 p.m.

Her dashcam captures the moment she was in the left lane with a truck in the right lane while the cars were at the roundabout.

Julie Edwards was driving her children in Aylesbury's car as she approached a roundabout

Suddenly a Volkswagen races out on the wrong side of the road and pushes past the car onto the curb.

Ms. Edwards applies the brakes immediately while the Volkswagen continues to drive down the street at breakneck speed.

Fortunately, Ms. Edwards misses the car by an inch and narrowly avoided the truck on the other side.

The footage shows how she remains silent for a few minutes before gathering to continue her journey.

Police later confirmed that the driver was arrested and charged with dangerous driving and intent to deliver Class A medication.

Suddenly a Volkswagen races out of the roundabout on the wrong side of the road

Suddenly a Volkswagen races out of the roundabout on the wrong side of the road

It misses Ms. Edwards' car by "centimeters" and leaves her "very shaken" and almost hits a truck in the left lane

It misses Ms. Edwards' car by "centimeters" and leaves her "very shaken" and almost hits a truck in the left lane

Ms. Edwards posted the video on Facebook and said she was "very shaken at the time".

She said, "I was actually waiting for the impact. Must have been inches away. & # 39 ;.

Thames Valley police told MailOnline: & # 39; Aylesbury, 29, of Adheel Ahmed, has been charged with a number of dangerous journeys and two possession cases, with the intention of granting a Class A drug on 29 August deliver.

"He was placed in pre-trial detention to appear before Aylesbury Crown Court on October 1st."

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