Seven Bridges Car Crash

In Seven Bridges, Multi Car Crash After We Report On Dog Driving Cadillac

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We Don’t Really Cover Minor Crashes, But When It’s In The Same Place As A Dog Driving An SUV…

An early morning crash in Seven Bridges was ultimately not a big deal, but notable as a dog was recently seen driving a Cadillac SUV in the same community. The investigation into Monday morning’s BMW v. Toyota v. Minivan continues.

BY: STAFF REPORT | BocaNewsNow.com

DELRAY BEACH, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) (Copyright © 2021 MetroDesk Media, LLC) — If you are planning to drive in Seven Bridges — the West Delray Beach community that gets more attention than a Kardashian — drive carefully! Just hours after we published photos of a dog seemingly driving a Cadillac SUV, the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office responded to a Monday morning crash.

What happened? It appears two cars attempted to be in the same place at the same time, and only one had the right of way. A minivan also appears to have been rear-ended in the mishap.

We’re not going to go into the minds of accident investigators who are surely trying to determine whether the high-priced BMW, or the Toyota is to blame… but it appears one attempted to cross an oncoming lane of traffic where the other car happened to be.

Fire Rescue was called to the scene, but fortunately, there were no reports of serious injuries.

It was not immediately clear if anyone was ticketed at the scene, near Beaujolais Avenue and Fleur de Lis Way. (The Pretentious Police did not respond).

Boca Rudeton: Dog Driving Cadillac
From Sunday’s BocaRudeton™ — A dog driving a Cadillac crosses the line in Seven Bridges, the same area as Monday morning’s crash. (Courtesy: BNN Reader).

Sunday, in our BocaRudeton™ report, we shared a reader’s photo from the same community, showing a small dog driving a big Cadillac — and apparently not doing a very good job. The dog seemingly drove the SUV onto the shoulder.

 

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