A MOTORIST who had his car seized for anti-social driving and breaching coronavirus lockdown rules has crashed his GT-R a week after getting it back.

The emergency services were called to Eanam in Blackburn on Saturday afternoon following a crash involving an orange Nissan GT-R.

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The driver, who was warned by police about his behaviour after he was spotted driving in an anti-social manner on Whalley Range on May 7, has now been reported for driving without due care and attention.

A police spokesman said: “You may remember this GT-R from the 7th of May.

“The driver failed to heed his warning or change his number plate and has now been reported for driving without due care and attention following a collision in Blackburn.

“We are absolutely committed to stopping the antisocial use of Lancashire’s roads and we want you to keep reporting these incidents to us as we can only deal with what we know about.

“In a twist of fate it was the same officer as the previous incident and the driver had less to say this time.”

Footage sent to the Lancashire Telegraph also shows an ambulance at the scene, though it is not clear if anyone was injured in the incident.

An eye-witness told said: “There were quite a lot of police there and it was unusual to see.

“I had been walking down towards town when I came across the crashed car and police but didn’t actually see it happen."