[ACCIDENT] 1996 Corvette Impaled after Man’s Joyride Ends in a Crash


[ACCIDENT] 1996 Corvette Impaled after Man's Joyride Ends in a Crash
Photo courtesy Edgartown Police

Police never know what they’ll find at a crime scene.

Just witness this white 1996 Corvette that’s been impaled by fence posts that crashed through the back bumper, shattered the back glass, with one winding up going into the back of the passenger seat.

That’s what Edgartown police, fire, and medical responders found around 11 a.m. last Sunday when they reached the site of a car crash at Katama airfield off Herring Creek Drive.

Despite all the damage to the Corvette, authorities amazingly found no blood or other signs of injury. They also found no driver.

Investigators subsequently discovered the car belongs to a 74-year-old Norwood woman and the family also owns a home on Craft’s Field, where they found Oulton A. Hues Jr., 39.

“Oulton admitted to operating and crashing the Corvette,” police said. “He informed Officers that he was racing up and down Atlantic Drive. He then turned inbound on Herring Creek Drive and sped up to a speed around ’75 mph.’ He then stated he lost control of the Corvette, colliding with the fence before ending up in the airfield. Oulton stated that he then walked to his house and called a tow truck.”

His little joy ride left Hues facing several charges, including leaving the scene of property damage and negligent operation of a motor vehicle and speeding greater than reasonable. Police said they will seek a criminal complaint for the charges.

Edgartown is located on Martha’s Vineyard in Dukes County, Mass., near Chappaquiddick Island.

Photo courtesy Edgartown Police

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