Drunk motorcyclist on wrong side of the road smashes head-on into car sending him flying and leaving him critically injured

Drunk motorcyclist on wrong side of the road smashes head-on into car sending him flying and leaving him critically injured

- in Uk News

COPS have released shocking footage of a drunk biker hurtling head first into an oncoming car.

The terrifying clip shows a motorcyclist zooming down a road the wrong way before they smash into the car’s bonnet.

The biker had to be airlifted to hospital
Herts Police

Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire and Hertfordshire Road Policing Unit released the shocking footage to highlight the horrific consequences of drink-driving.

The footage, captured on a dash cam shows the speeding biker appear almost out of nowhere.

The helmet-clad motorcyclist makes no effort to stop as the front wheel of his bike zooms within just inches of the oncoming car’s bonnet.

The biker is thrown onto the car’s bonnet, his head bouncing several times as shards of what appears to be glass fall ricochet off the vehicle.

The bike spins several times in the air before it bounces onto the pavement.

The entire clip only lasts for six seconds, but police say the smash put both drivers “at risk.”
Cops found the biker to be twice the drink-driving limit.

He suffered critical injuries from the smash and had to be air-lifted to hospital.

The two people travelling in the car were not injured.
PC David Burstow investigated the case and said: “We are releasing this footage in the hope it brings
some reality, particularly to motorcyclists, of the serious consequences of being over the limit.

“The rider put himself, the occupants of the car and other road users at risk and this is not
“I appreciate he is now paying for his actions not only through the courts but through the injuries he
has suffered. The message from us is clear – do not drink and drive.”
At court in July, the motorcyclist was disqualified from driving for 18 months.

Police released the footage to raise awareness of the importance of road safety
Herts Police

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