Google Street View car damaged in Oldenburg, German

According to Business-On.de, in the German city of Oldenburg an unknown person damaged a Google Street View camera car. “The person severed the connection between the roof-mounted imaging system and the vehicle interior. Furthermore, the person deflated tires of this Opel vehicle. Perhaps in order not to cause danger on the road to the driver […]

According to Business-On.de, in the German city of Oldenburg an unknown person damaged a Google Street View camera car. “The person severed the connection between the roof-mounted imaging system and the vehicle interior. Furthermore, the person deflated tires of this Opel vehicle. Perhaps in order not to cause danger on the road to the driver of the vehicle, the unknown has also left a handwritten note under the windshield wipers, bringing attention to the flat tire. Level of damage was, according to a spokesperson for the police in Oldenburg not yet be determined. The systematic adaptation of streets by the U.S. company Google had taken care nationwide are protests by affected residents.”

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