Horrifying footage reveals moment drunk driver ploughs into OnlyFans model walking her dog


Horrifying footage has revealed the moment an OnlyFans model was smashed into and thrown into the air by a drunk driver. 

Finley Taylor, 27, was walking her King Charles Cavalier Walter with her husband, Eddie, down a quiet street in Ammanford, Wales, on Sunday when a white car mounted the kerb and crashed into them. 

Ms Taylor said she thought she was going to die and considers herself lucky to have come away with 15 stitches. 

The crash left her with a gaping gash in her leg that immediately started pouring with blood and revealed fat deposits deep under skin.  

Heartstopping footage shows the family walking down the street when a white car comes careening down the road before ploughing into Ms Taylor and her husband. 

Finley Taylor, 27, was walking her King Charles Cavalier Walter with her husband, Eddie, down a quiet street in Ammanford, Wales, on Sunday when a white car mounted the kerb and crashed into them

Ms Taylor said she thought she was going to die and considers herself lucky to have come away with 15 stitches

Ms Taylor said she thought she was going to die and considers herself lucky to have come away with 15 stitches

Ms Taylor is sent flying through the air and flips over before crashing to the ground in a heap next to her husband.  

The woman driving the car, Emily Down, 27, was eventually stopped by locals before being arrested. 

The crash left Ms Taylor (pictured) with a gaping gash in her leg that immediately started pouring with blood and revealed fat deposits deep under skin

The crash left Ms Taylor (pictured) with a gaping gash in her leg that immediately started pouring with blood and revealed fat deposits deep under skin

Ms Taylor, who models on adult website Only Fans under the username brattyelf, has been left unable to work because of her injuries.  

She told the Sun: ‘The car hit me so hard and so fast that I thought that I was dying. I can’t believe I am alive.

‘The footage is shocking. I got lucky. She mounted the pavement and ploughed into me.

‘I flipped through the air. It tore my leg open and the fat came out of it. I really thought I was going to die.’

Husband Eddie, who was left with slightly less severe injuries of cuts and bruises after the crash, held his wife’s hand for hours while they waited for help.  

Down, charged with being over the legal drink-driving limit, allegedly tried to flee the scene before police arrive.   

Husband Eddie (pictured with his wife on their wedding day), who was left with slightly less severe injuries of cuts and bruises after the crash, held his wife's hand for hours while they waited for help

Husband Eddie (pictured with his wife on their wedding day), who was left with slightly less severe injuries of cuts and bruises after the crash, held his wife’s hand for hours while they waited for help

Ms Taylor feels the driver should be charged with dangerous driving, something she claims police are refusing to do because she isn’t ‘injured enough’. 

She said that police told her there was no CCTV footage of the incident, so she was left to find it herself by asking the landlord of a local pub.   

Ms Taylor added that police only contacted her to take a statement after her story was initially published in the Sun.   

Ms Taylor is sent flying through the air and flips over before crashing to the ground in a heap next to her husband

Pictured: Bruises Ms Taylor got in the crash

Ms Taylor is sent flying through the air and flips over before crashing to the ground in a heap next to her husband

A spokeswoman for Dyfed-Powys Police said: ‘We attended a road traffic collision which occurred at approximately 8.50pm on Sunday 30th May 2021 on the A483 Penybanc Square, Ammanford.

‘A white Citroen car mounted the pavement area, collided with a female pedestrian, and left the scene.

‘The female pedestrian was taken to hospital, for her injuries, which were not life threatening.

Ms Taylor said that the driver was charged with drunk driving, leaving the scene of a crash and not having a licence

Ms Taylor said that the driver was charged with drunk driving, leaving the scene of a crash and not having a licence

‘The driver of the Citroen was arrested by Roads Policing officers.

‘Emily Down, 27, has been charged with driving a motor vehicle when alcohol level above the limit, driving a vehicle and failing to stop after a road accident and driving a motor vehicle otherwise than in accordance with a licence.

‘She has been bailed to appear at Llanelli magistrate’s court on the 1st July 2021.’ 

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