That is the second a Mercedes ploughed right into a line of parked vehicles, sending certainly one of them flying throughout a pavement, simply seconds after a lady walked alongside it. 

CCTV footage exhibits the Mercedes, believed to be stolen, smash into the vehicles and demolish a backyard wall in Chatham, Kent, simply earlier than 8pm on a Saturday night time. 

Three males had been caught on digital camera getting out of the wrecked automobile and fleeing the scene after the collision, which seemed like a ‘missile’ to terrified residents. 

One other pedestrian was additionally fortunate to flee with their life as they had been strolling on the alternative pavement when the Mercedes careered off the highway.

A Mercedes careered into a row of four parked cars in Chatham, Kent, on a Saturday night

A Mercedes careered right into a row of 4 parked vehicles in Chatham, Kent, on a Saturday night time

The crash happened seconds after a woman was walking down the road. The woman escaped serious injury

The crash occurred seconds after a lady was strolling down the highway. The girl escaped severe harm

Three men got out of the wrecked Mercedes and fled the scene after the collision on April 2

Three males obtained out of the wrecked Mercedes and fled the scene after the collision on April 2

Another pedestrian on the opposite side of the street also had a lucky escape

One other pedestrian on the alternative aspect of the road additionally had a fortunate escape

Nathan Wynne, 42, stated if it wasn’t for the small perimeter wall exterior his home, the autos would have crashed by his entrance wall.

He stated: ‘I used to be indoors and heard a bang. It seemed like a missile coming down. We jumped up and froze and had been ready for an additional explosion.

‘It shook the home. I am simply glad we have got the wall that stopped it coming by the window. It might have been 10 instances worse.

‘It regarded like there have been six vehicles concerned – 4 of them had been write-offs.. They had been simply all parked exterior.’

Daniel Dimitrov, 47, was upstairs at Agrico Workforce when the Mercedes crashed into his Ford Focus parked exterior on April 2.

He stated: ‘I heard the hit, and other people began screaming. I regarded out the window and I noticed my automobile wasn’t there.

‘I went all the way down to see what had occurred – there was police and an ambulance.

Residents said the crash, which demolished the wall in front of one house, was so loud that they thought a 'missile' had hit the street. Pictured, three men fleeing the scene

Residents stated the crash, which demolished the wall in entrance of 1 home, was so loud that they thought a ‘missile’ had hit the road. Pictured, three males fleeing the scene

‘I am completely satisfied nobody was strolling on the pavement – if somebody was there they might be lifeless.’

He stated his automobile was written off, and was at present struggling to get insurers to supply a courtesy automobile.

Mr Dimitrov stated: ‘It was my buddy. Ten days in the past I obtained it MOT’d and repaired.’

Thomas Ryan, who lives close by, stated the crash ‘seemed like a bomb going off’, and stated the occupants of the Mercedes ran from the automobile.

He stated: ‘It was carnage. I do not understand how they managed to run from the automobile. It had hit the primary parked automobile shoving it onto the pavement and thru the brick partitions of the homes, then it is hit the subsequent automobile, ripped that automobile aside after which it simply concertinaed the remainder of the vehicles.

Concerned residents checked there was no one else trapped inside the cars

Involved residents checked there was nobody else trapped contained in the vehicles

A fence outside one of the homes on the street prevented a car smashing through the front window

A fence exterior one of many houses on the road prevented a automobile smashing by the entrance window

‘Everybody was out of their homes to see what occurred. The police fireplace and ambulance service had been there fairly shortly though nobody was injured fortunately.

‘They made certain the automobile hadn’t gone by the electrical or gasoline mains.’

He added: ‘It is the third severe crash in nearly the identical place this 12 months. It is truly beginning to get scary strolling down the streets. I am all the time listening out for tyres or loud engines simply in case.

‘One thing must be accomplished to sluggish the autos down earlier than another person dies.’

Kent Police stated they had been known as at 7.56pm on Saturday April 2, to a report of a crash in Luton Street, Chatham.

A spokesman stated: ‘One automobile, which was alleged to have been stolen, is reported to have [hit] two parked autos and a backyard gate.

‘The motive force of this automobile is believed to have left the scene previous to police arrival. No severe accidents had been reported.

‘Enquiries are ongoing into the circumstances surrounding the incident.’