Scots locals left shocked after driver crashes down steps close to Edinburgh Fort

SCOTS locals had been left shocked after a driver crashed their automotive down a set of stairs on a facet avenue proper beside Edinburgh Fort.

The weird accident occurred on Fort Wynd North just some ft away from the doorway to Edinburgh Fort.

Baffled by the dopey driver, onlookers included the Governor of Edinburgh Fort, Alastair Bruce, who shared the picture to social media alongside updates till the motor was recovered.

The red car lays abandoned on the steps of Castle Wynd North
The automotive was left deserted on Fort Wynd North however was eliminated by a flatbed truck. Credit score: Alastair Bruce

It’s unclear how precisely the driving force managed to mistake the steps for an precise highway within the capital metropolis, however their car was fortunately recovered in the end, liberating up the Wynd once more.

A picture reveals the automotive left slumped on the prime of the flight of concrete steps, with the entrance bumper kissing the pavement between the second set of steps.

The pink Mitsubishi Colt sits beneath an indication for a bathroom – which can have been required when the driving force realised they had been about to start a dangerous journey down a pedestrian walkway.

An extra image reveals the reverse view of the Japanese manufactured motor which has fortunately managed to come back to a cease with the again two wheels above the steps.

Nonetheless, the automotive could be seen perilously tilting forwards with a transparent hole between the rear wheels and the bodywork of the car.

The automotive was finally recovered by a flatbed restoration truck after nearly an hour of sitting on the prime of the steps.

Alastair Bruce shared the snaps to social media final night time with the caption: “Oh pricey. Outdoors of Edinburgh Fort simply now, jogs my memory of the Italian Job automotive chase, gone fallacious.”

His submit obtained over 630 likes with dozens of feedback from Edinburgh locals who can recognize the issue of discovering a parking house within the metropolis.

Andy Arthur stated: “I hope they bought that parking ticket on the dashboard earlier than attempting to park there.”

Joyce Cleere Butler stated: “May work higher as Carry On The Italian Job.”

Christine Deeley stated: “Oh jings, hope driver’s okay. They need to’ve bought some fright.”

Alice Clarke stated: “I realise that parking is tough in Edinburgh, however that’s getting very inventive.”

Luis Schmidt stated: “Driving in Edinburgh could be a nightmare, perhaps they wished to attempt a shortcut.”

Fort Wynd North is now clear to all pedestrians following the calamitous automotive’s removing.