The accident happened around 11am. The car driver was driving his car on the Koningin Fabiolalaan when he descended the stairs at a supermarket. He probably followed a road sign directing pedestrians to the kiss and ride zone. The car got stuck halfway up the stairs. The driver was unharmed.
“The car kept to the speed limit and did not perform dangerous maneuvers,” said police spokesman Matto Langeraert. “It is a sad judgment error, not reckless driving.” The Ghent police will write to the operator of the car park about the signage, in order to avoid future incidents.
A tow truck arrived to get the vehicle back on the ground floor. It is not the first incident on the stairs in question: a similar incident took place last year.
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