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The Masked Tulip

Car drives into crowd outside a Manchester Asda

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Got dementia, buys an auto so its easier, forgets and thinks he is driving a Morris Minor.

Lesson is with the rise of hybrids there will be a lot more old folks stuffing cars into other cars, shops, assorted posts, people etc.

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