Vehicle rams house multiple times

A home in Kauri Crescent, Matamata, was rammed three times by a driver in a 4WD vehicle on Monday. Photo: REXINE HAWES/STUFF

A driver of a 4WD backed into a house not once, not twice, but three times, in what is being called a "domestic related" incident.

Police were called to a car versus house on Kauri Crescent in Matamata at 2.10pm.

Senior Sergeant Shelley Begbie says a car had backed into a house three times.

"It seemed as though the incident was related to a domestic callout." 

There were no reports of injuries. 

The residents of the house didn't want to comment. 

-Stuff.co.nz 



5 Comments

@Kentworthlogger

Posted on 19-10-2017 11:13 | By Papamoaner

Study closely that expression "domestically related" then connect that with "the residents declined to comment" The scenario is not uncommon. Sorry mate but I don't do drugs. Never have, never would. But you keep referring to smoke which makes me wonder about you. Meanwhile, carry on merrily graunching those gears

Papamoaner

Posted on 18-10-2017 11:08 | By Kenworthlogger

I dont think anyone would want a car smashed thru their house or business mate... have another puff mate.

@kentworthlogger

Posted on 18-10-2017 08:27 | By Papamoaner

Hardly rocket science. If your shopkeeper as owner - occupier was implicated in the offence, there would certainly be no insurance payout. It seems the point was lost on you.

Really Papamoaner

Posted on 17-10-2017 16:23 | By Kenworthlogger

So all those shop owners that are unfortunate enough to be deliberatly ram raided dont get covered by insurance? What are you smoking man???

Car versus house?

Posted on 17-10-2017 10:53 | By Papamoaner

Doubtless now to become "idiot versus bank balance". No insurance company is going to pay out on a deliberate action. No brain, no pain.

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