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Bromsgrove Man Drives 2,500 Miles To Rescue Wife From Slovakia

by | 30th, April 2010

BROMSGROVE man Adam Talbot responded to the Icelandic volcano by getting in his Renault Espace and driving his friend Jason Greenwood to Solvakia. There, he picked up his pal’s wife Gabriella and son Lievo and brought them all home.

Sidemoor to Bratislava by car. It took 36 hours. And car was knackered.

I used to complain about British drivers not being courteous, but not anymore – not after being cut up in six other countries.”

Reader Yampster writes:

There must have been hundreds of stories like this but this one struck me as so very British

‘My wife and child are stuck in Slovenia. What can I do?’

‘Get in mate and fasten your seat belt’

I have this mental picture of the two of them crossing Europe trailing a cloud of smoke and for some reason this mental picture has them wearing leather flying helmets’

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