- The car careened onto pavements before plunging into a subway station
- The other two passengers escaped, driver arrested close to the scene
- Incident happened in Berlin's western Spandau district, no injuries
No one was hurt as the black Ford Fiesta raced through the western Spandau district just after 8 pm local time on Sunday, a police report said, although startled pedestrians had to quickly leap out of its path as the car careened onto pavements and grass verges.
The 25-year-old at the wheel jumped out of the car before it raced down the steps of the station, but officers arrested him close to the scene.
Television images from the scene showed the car had smashed into a pillar on the platform before being hauled back up to street level by firefighters, its front bumper crushed out of shape.
In May, a driver lost control of their car and drove straight down the steps of an underground station in central Berlin during rush hour, injuring six.
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