Monique Moss, 46, was jailed for two years after the crash (Picture: PA)
This is the disturbing moment a woman crashed her friend’s car into a glass bus stop.
Dashcam footage shows Monique Moss swerving the black Ford Focus before the collision in Crawley, West Sussex.
The 46-year-old was seen on another driver’s dashcam abandoning the smashed-up vehicle sideways in the middle of the road and walking away.
Sussex Police attended the scene of the incident at about 8am, and the driver was nowhere to be found.
Further inquiries led to Moss’ arrest whose last known address was Brighton Road, Crawley.
She had visited a friend that morning, stealing the set of keys for the Ford despite already been disqualified from driving.
Monique Moss was charged with a number of offences including a theft of a vehicle (Picture: PA)
Moss abandoned the Ford on the road after the collision (Picture: PA)
Detective sergeant Mark Williams said: ‘Moss could have seriously injured herself or someone else.
‘It is only by chance that no one else was involved in the collision that morning.
‘She took absolutely no responsibility for her actions, even walking away from the wreckage as if nothing had happened.’
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After the incident on July 2, police charged Moss with dangerous driving, theft of a vehicle, driving while disqualified, being in charge of a vehicle left in dangerous circumstances, failing to report a road traffic collision, and driving while uninsured.
She appeared before Lewes Crown Court where she was jailed for two years and was further disqualified from driving for four years.
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