The driver sprayed an air freshener in the car and made an explosionDecember 18, 2019
The incident occurred in the British city of Halifax. The owner of the old Seat Leon hatchback, forgetting about the basic safety rules, blew up his own car with an aerosol and a cigarette.
A motorist in the English city of Halifax, West Yorkshire, staged an explosion in his own car. This was reported by the BBC News website, clarifying that before this, the owner of Seat Leon managed to spray an air freshener in the car interior and light a cigarette, which entailed a series of irreversible consequences. The freshener sprayed into the car instantly ignited, and an explosion occurred in the car. It turned out to be so powerful that a blast wave knocked out windows not only in the hatchback, but also in nearby buildings. Also, as a result of the explosion at Seat Leon, the roof and doors were distorted.
The driver himself miraculously escaped, escaping with minor injuries. Arriving at the scene, police blocked the street. During the investigation of the incident, it was found that the cause of the explosion was the abuse of air freshener.
The driver generously sprayed the aerosol in the cabin, opening the windows, and then immediately decided to smoke.
Recall that earlier we talked about another state of emergency, where a motorist managed to get out of a burning car. Before that, he managed to make a fire at the Tesla charging station.
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