A DRIVER rammed into a dad’s car twice after doing a three-point turn in the road and driving the wrong way towards on-coming traffic.

The woman crashed into father-of-two Warren Grant during the incident in Eastern Avenue, Southend, on Friday night.

He spoke of his shock after about £1,000 of damage was done to his car, and fears the motorist could kill someone.

Mr Grant, 33, from Southend, said: “I had just dropped off my friend and was driving along Eastern Avenue, when the two cars in front of me stopped and put their hazard lights on.

“Then one of the drivers in a silver Toyota Prius turned around in the road and drove towards me and hit me and then reversed and hit me again.

“I was in shock and she was on the wrong side of the road and I was so scared.

“I drove up on the curb and called the police and she kept on driving along the road on the wrong side.

“Someone messaged me to say she almost hit them too. There’s a lot of damage to my car and the bumper is touching the wheels, I think it could be about £1,000 worth of damage.

“When I got out of my car, my knees were shaking.”

He said he’s glad his two young children were not in the car with him and the woman should not be driving or have a licence.

He fears this driver may kill someone.

A spokesman for Essex Police said: “We are continuing to investigate following reports of a collision in Eastern Avenue, Southend, on Friday night.

“We were called at around 11.30pm on 30 April, following reports that a silver Toyota Prius had crashed with a vehicle in Eastern Avenue and had been witnessed driving on the wrong side of the road.

“Our enquiries are ongoing and anyone who witnessed this incident, or has additional dash cam or CCTV footage, is asked to call us on 101.The crime reference number is 42/82087/21.