A 34-YEAR-OLD man has been disqualified from driving after a four-car collision in Higham this week.
Anthony Bunclark, of Higham Common Road, was disqualified from driving for 20 months after he collided with an oncoming car.
On Tuesday, September 29, at around 6.07pm, Higham Lane was temporarily closed after the incident.
A spokesperson from South Yorkshire Police said: “The offending vehicle was a Land Rover Discovery who we believe had tried to overtake several vehicles before colliding with one of them and spinning into an oncoming Nissan Qashqai.”
Bunclark was charged with driving whilst over the prescribed limit, driving without due care and attention, resisting a constable in the execution of his duty, and driving without insurance.
He appeared at Sheffield Magistrates Court on October 1 where he was sentenced to 20 months disqualified driving, victim surcharge of £95, court costs of £85 and a six-week electronic curfew.