Tragedy For Expecting MINI Owners

At Screen Shot 2016-06-22 at 7.15.44 PMleast two new MINIs, along with a BMW were on board a car hauler that struck an over head sign this afternoon in Southfield, Michigan according to http://www.clickondetroit.com. One MINI ended up completely flipped over on its roof while still resting on the transport rig.

Limited additional details are available, but aerial footage of the incident show a Precision Motor Transport Group (PMTG) truck was involved. PMTG is the primary transport service used by BMW and MINI to relocate vehicles from east coast port facilities to dealerships.

Additional photos, and a link to the video are on the next page.

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Mike Bober has been involved in many aspects of the MINI Community, including working with multiple national series racing teams. He currently owns his first MINI, an R53 "Ramsey", a R60 Countryman "Lauda", and a F56 "Stanton". Previously owned was an R59 Roadster "Winnie". -- Along with many other major MINI events, Mike recently completed his second coast-to-coast MINI Takes The States event.

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