Swedish woman and robbed a train crashed into a house
January 15, 2013
A woman who works in housekeeping stole a train on the outskirts of Stockholm at dawn and drove it several miles after it crashed into a house.
The theft occurred in deposits in Nacka, east of the Swedish capital, when the train was out of service.
She drove to the station Saltsjöbaden, but could not stop the vehicle and it followed, breaking a fence and crashing into a group of houses.
Inside, there were three families sleeping but nobody was hurt only the woman who stole the train. She conducted the illegal episode alone and was the only passenger.
“It’s amazing that there has been not an accident more serious, both for those who were in the house and in the train. It is incredibly lucky not have been worse,” police spokesman said.