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Swans Midfielder Parking Mishap At Falls Festival

Written by John Ritchie on January 1, 2013

Sydney Swans Midfielder, Daniel Hannebery, was involved in a vehicle mishap over the weekend at Falls Festival in Lorne. According to Foxsports, Hannebery was sitting in a parked van with a friend in the festival campsite when the handbreak came loose and the vehicle rolled into 2 parked cars, causing some minor damage.

Swans spokesman Jonathon Monasso said: “It was an accident and no one was injured from any party”.

Falls Festival promoter Simon Daly said one of the cars had to be removed from the site for repairs.

The incident occurred in the festival’s camping ground about 9.45am on December 30.

The Falls Festival 2012/2013 lineup was headlined by the likes of Two Door Cinema Club, The Hives and The Flaming Lips.

Watch: Daniel Hannebery playing for the Swans…

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