Hit and Run Driver Released

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RUNAWAY DRIVER CHARGED AND RELEASED

There was a shock turn in events today, as police located the hit and run driver who caused utter devastation in the two car collision on Saturday and ultimately released him.

The driver of the blue Ford Mondeo has been named as Klodian Osmani, a 20 year old man from Bromley, Kent. Osmani is understood to have been driving the unregistered and untaxed vehicle even though he does not hold a driving licence.

Appearing at the local magistrates court, he was charged with driving without due care and attention, failing to stop, driving without a licence, driving without insurance. He was also charged with being a driver involved in an accident , failing to report an accident and failing to provide details. There are also unconfirmed reports that Osmani is an Albanian foreign national that is in the country illegally.

The release, presumably on bail, of the driver has caused understandable anger in the local community as the car had had many near misses with other local residents before crashing into the car of Fred and Lucy Hornsey.

The young family are showing a remarkably upbeat spirit after all they have been through and have thanked the local community for all their support. Mr Hornsey has been so see the remains of the black Lexus he was driving. The images and video below highlight just how serious the damage done to the vehicle was and how much worse the situation could have been.

Below: The mangled wreckage of the black Lexus that Fred Hornsey was driving, after Klodian Osmani slammed into his car. Photo and video credits: Fred Hornsey.

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MANGLED REMAINS OF BLACK LEXUS AFTER ACCIDENT
MANGLED REMAINS OF BLACK LEXUS AFTER ACCIDENT
MANGLED REMAINS OF BLACK LEXUS AFTER ACCIDENT

ANGRY LOCAL RESPONSE

With so many charges on the table, local residents are asking just exactly what you have to do to be arrested and detained nowadays, as faith in policing continues to sink to even greater depths.

It is unsure when Osmani is meant to report back to the police but let’s hope the hit and run driver hasn’t run for a second time.

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