Motorist makes Twitter apology
A REPENTANT motorist took to Twitter to post a series of apologetic tweets after jumping a red light in Hillingdon.
Addressing a family that had been waiting at the lights at the Hillingdon Parade crossing, the driver expressed his feelings of guilt and apologised for the potential harm his actions could have caused.
The man posted seven messages on Twitter within minutes of the incident apologising for his actions, which he put down to his ‘complacency’.
Among the tweets was one which read: “Running a red light is dangerous. I was distracted by thoughts, family arguing in the car, and carelessness on my behalf. But no excuses.”
He went on to say: “If that family took one step, it could have been a disaster, all because of my complacency.”