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Australia Koala crawls onto driver's front seat after causing multi-car pile up

19:36  11 february  2021
19:36  11 february  2021 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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Naughty koala causes six- car smash at peak hour on Adelaide' s busiest freeway. Woman stopped to help marsupial who wandered onto road: car rear-ended her. Curious creature clambers onto front seat of 4WD, checks out the steering. His car was rear-ended by another vehicle near the Crafers exit, while other drivers smashed into each other trying to avoid the startled animal as it scampered around the divided highway, Adelaide Now reported. A six- car pile - up ensued with traffic reduced to two lanes during peak hours causing chaos and huge delays for city-bound commuters.

Incredible moment a curious koala crawls around a driver ’ s front seat – moments after causing a multi - car pile up as it lounged in the middle of a road. Naughty koala causes six-car smash at peak hour on Adelaide’s busiest freeway. Woman stopped to help marsupial who wandered onto road It was an exciting morning for the startled marsupial who had just caused a six- car pile - up on one of Adelaide’s busiest motorways right at the start of Monday’s peak-hour rush. The koala strolled onto Adelaide’s busy South Eastern Freeway just before 7am, prompting a kind-hearted driver to stop and

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A koala has been caught on camera clambering around on the front seat of a four-wheel drive, grabbing the wheel as if checking out the steering.

It was an exciting morning for the startled marsupial who had just caused a six-car pile-up on one of Adelaide's busiest motorways right at the start of Monday's peak-hour rush.

The koala strolled onto Adelaide's busy South Eastern Freeway just before 7am, prompting a kind-hearted driver to stop and coax it off the road.

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His car was rear-ended by another vehicle near the Crafers exit, while other drivers smashed into each other trying to avoid the startled animal as it scampered around the divided highway, Adelaide Now reported.

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Incredible footage shows a huge koala crawling around a driver ' s front seat - after causing a multi - car pile up as it lounged in the middle of the road.

Tugwell’s car was about three cars behind the multi -vehicle collision, but she couldn’t tell what had caused the accident. The koala has been rescued after causing a five- car pileup while trying to cross a six-lane “I was sitting in the driver ’ s seat waiting for the rescuer to come, and then someone started “That was the koala trying to get between the headrest and the window onto my seat .”

A six-car pile-up ensued with traffic reduced to two lanes during peak hours causing chaos and huge delays for city-bound commuters.

Fortunately, nobody was seriously injured although South Australia Police said one person was taken to hospital with a sore neck.

Adelaide resident Nadia Tugwell, who was three cars back from the monster smash, pulled over to help.

Ms Tugwell spotted the koala close to her between the cars and a concrete barrier.

a cat sitting on the seat of a car window: As hundreds of other cars were stuck in traffic, this koala got to play around in the front seat of Nadia Tugwell's four-wheel drive, waiting for a rescue volunteer to take him back to the bush © Provided by Daily Mail As hundreds of other cars were stuck in traffic, this koala got to play around in the front seat of Nadia Tugwell's four-wheel drive, waiting for a rescue volunteer to take him back to the bush a sign on the side of a road: Police blocked off one lane of the busy highway to sort out the six-car smash on Monday morning (pictured: emergency services at the scene) © Provided by Daily Mail Police blocked off one lane of the busy highway to sort out the six-car smash on Monday morning (pictured: emergency services at the scene)

'Then I saw a lady running after it with a blanket trying to catch it,' she told ABC News.

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koala had to be rescued after causing a five car pile - up while trying to cross a motorway in Australia. The incident took place during heavy morning traffic in the city of Adelaide. Police said the multi -vehicle crash caused a few injuries, but no one was hospitalised. A male driver was reportedly the first person to stop his car to try and avoid hitting the koala . The animal was eventually rescued by one driver , Nadia Tugwell, who was stuck behind the pile - up and got out of her car to investigate what had caused the crash.

Today at 3:00 PM. A koala hopped in the driver ’ s seat of his rescuer’s car after causi ng a pileup on an Australian freeway. “It started sitting for a while on the steering wheel (as if) saying, ‘Let’s go for a drive !’” Koala gets in the driver ’ s seat after causing multi - car crash on Australian freeway.


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The naughty koala did his best to flee, but the two women soon captured the fugitive, wrapped it in a jacket and bundled it into the back seat of Ms Tugwell's four-wheel drive.

Ms Tugwell took off for the service station at the bottom of the freeway to hand the koala over to an Adelaide Koala Rescue volunteer.

As she stopped and waited at the service station, she felt someone gently tapping on her shoulder.

'That was the koala trying to get between the headrest and the window onto my seat,' she said.

a truck on a city street filled with lots of traffic: Traffic was banked up at peak hour on Monday (pictured, the queue) thanks to the koala's highway antics © Provided by Daily Mail Traffic was banked up at peak hour on Monday (pictured, the queue) thanks to the koala's highway antics a koala bear sitting on top of a tree: Wildlife rescuers released the koala into bushland 1km away from the freeway (pictured, after its adventure) © Provided by Daily Mail Wildlife rescuers released the koala into bushland 1km away from the freeway (pictured, after its adventure)

The curious marsupial can be seen in the video footage scampering around the front seat and dashboard before grabbing the steering wheel as if trying to drive away.

Fauna Rescue of South Australia monitor Anne Bigham said the koala was uninjured and had been released 1km away from the freeway.

She also thanked the rescuers who kept the koala safe despite the traffic chaos.

South Australia Police Inspector Damien Eichner, however, said drivers should not stop on the freeway to rescue animals, but instead call for police help on 131 444.

'Whilst the safety of the animal is important to us, the safety of the people is more important,' he told ABC News.

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