Ashfield Fire Station shares 'horrific' images of injuries sustained after putting feet on car dashboard

Staff at Ashfield Fire station have shared 'horrific' images of a mother's injuries after a RTC.

The pictures were shared in a bid to warn others not to put their feet on a car's dashboard while travelling.

Airbags deploy between 100mph and 220mph

Airbags deploy between 100mph and 220mph

Audra suffered broken legs, ankles, hips and nose after the accident, when the car she was a passenger in was hit by another vehicle.

The impact caused the airbag on Audra's side to deploy, causing the extensive injuries.

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A statement on Ashfield Fire Station's social media said: "Airbags deploy between 100mph and 220mph so can have a devastating effect on drivers and passengers if not wearing a seatbelt or travelling with your feet on the dashboard.

"Please don’t travel with your feet on the dashboard."

Audra suffered broken legs, ankles, hips and nose

Audra suffered broken legs, ankles, hips and nose

"Please dont travel with your feet on the dashboard."

"Please dont travel with your feet on the dashboard."

The impact caused theairbag on Audra's side to deploy, causing the extensive injuries.

The impact caused theairbag on Audra's side to deploy, causing the extensive injuries.