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Drunk man's 'Happy New Year' crash
A drunk driver has wished police and firefighters a "Happy New Year" after crashing and flipping his car outside Box Hill Police Station this morning.
The 52-year-old Box Hill man lost control of his Honda on Whitehorse Road just before 3am.
Senior Sergeant Wayne Williams said the man was in very good spirits after police freed him from his vehicle.
“Generally found to be apparently unharmed but heavily intoxicated and to which he was in generally good spirits and continually wished everyone a 'Happy New Year',” he said.
The man is expected to be charged on summons with speeding and careless driving.