Driver, 15, arrested after hitting pavement bollards in Castleford

A 15-year-old driver has been arrested after West Yorkshire Police received numerous reports of bad driving
A 15-year-old driver has been arrested after West Yorkshire Police received numerous reports of bad driving

A 15-year-old boy was arrested after crashing a car into bollards on a footpath in Castleford after failing to stop for police.

Police said officers started following the yellow Ford Ka in Castleford last night after receiving numerous reports of bad driving.

A 15-year-old driver has been arrested after West Yorkshire Police received numerous reports of bad driving

A 15-year-old driver has been arrested after West Yorkshire Police received numerous reports of bad driving

The force’s roads policing unit has tweeted photographs of the car after it collided with bollards on a pavement at the entrance to an underpass.

The roads policing unit tweeted: “Castleford (last night) - vehicle FTS (failed to stop) after numerous reports of bad driving. 15 yr old driver boxed himself. Arrested.”

A 15-year-old driver has been arrested after West Yorkshire Police received numerous reports of bad driving

A 15-year-old driver has been arrested after West Yorkshire Police received numerous reports of bad driving

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