Un­li­censed in three car pile-up

The Queensland Times - - News -

A BINGLE in­volv­ing three ve­hi­cles led po­lice to the Lowood scene with a wit­ness telling of­fi­cers that one driver told them he was not li­censed.

When po­lice went to the home of that driver Kon­rad Uhrma­cher he told them he had been driv­ing to pick up din­ner.

Po­lice told an Ip­swich court Uhrma­cher said that he thought he’d put his car in Park but it jumped for­ward and hit a ve­hi­cle that then hit an­other ve­hi­cle.

Kon­rad Uhrma­cher, 60, from Lowood, pleaded guilty to driv­ing when un­li­censed – re­peat of­fender on May 18. He had pre­vi­ously been li­censed but fol­low­ing a disqual­i­fi­ca­tion did not get a new li­cence.

The for­mer truck driver was fined $400 – sent to SPER, and dis­qual­i­fied one month.

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