Andy Murray's gold postbox damaged after being hit by car in hometown

A postbox painted gold in honour of Sir Andy Murray's 2012 Olympics triumph has been knocked down by a car.

Tuesday, 23rd July 2019, 8:28 am
The postbox painted gold in honour of Andy Murray's 2012 Olympics triumph in Dunblane has been knocked down by a car. Picture: Frazer Plank/Twitter/PA Wire
The postbox painted gold in honour of Andy Murray's 2012 Olympics triumph in Dunblane has been knocked down by a car. Picture: Frazer Plank/Twitter/PA Wire

Pictures on social media showed the vehicle beside the postbox lying on the ground in the tennis star's hometown of Dunblane.One eyewitness said the car "rolled back and knocked the post box out".

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The postbox painted gold in honour of Andy Murray's 2012 Olympics triumph in Dunblane has been knocked down by a car. Picture: Frazer Plank/Twitter/PA Wire