These photographs show the extent of the major damage caused by a lorry in Ruislip on Monday (January 16).
The pictures were posted online by Hollie Cooper, who said she saw the lorry scrape the side of a grey car and drag it along the street in North Drive.
Miss Cooper said the lorry caused “a lot of damage” as it drove down the street at around 9.45am and set off car alarms as he collided with a number of cars.
The 21-year-old, who works in Ruislip, said: “I was running late for work so I parked right at the bottom of North Drive and walked down to the other end of the road to see this lorry hit and carry along a grey car with him.
“He didn't drag the car very far but still enough to do a lot of damage. The car alarms are going off at this point.
“He then carried on driving hitting the sides of all the cars parked down the road.”
The photos were posted on Facebook on Monday afternoon and caused an uproar online.
Miss Cooper said she contacted the police but they said they could not respond until the owners of the cars had contacted them directly.
She said that the driver then stopped and attempted to reverse back down the road, causing even more damage.
Miss Cooper added: “He then carried on, got past another four cars and decided to reverse back, hitting most cars again while reversing back.”
During her lunch break she printed off the pictures and put them on the cars involved in the incident.
The lorry carried the logo of Hampshire Insulation Products, based in Southampton.
A spokesman for the company said: "Upon notification of an incident involving ours and multiple other vehicles on Monday 16 January 2017, we made contact with the Metropolitan Police to register the incident.
"The driver of the vehicle will provide a written statement to the Metropolitan Police within 24 hours as required.
"Our insurance company will be dealing with the claims relating to this incident.
"May we take this opportunity to offer our sincere apologies to those who have suffered damage to their vehicles or who have been inconvenienced by this incident."
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