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Does one file a police report if a car backs into a fence?

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2005-09-18 04:05:34
2005-09-18 04:05:34

Technically its classed as an accident if damage was caused to the fence. If both parties exchanged their details there would be no need for Police involvement. A report would not normally be filed if the driver did not stop or their details given were suspected to be false

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