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Network Q gesture

Time 10:17 am, January 14, 2013

VAUXHALL’S approved programme Network Q has stepped in to replace Good Samaritan Janice Dunlop’s wrecked car.

Dunlop, who kindly offered shelter to two road accident victims in her car, quickly found her Vauxhall Vectra’s roof being removed by the fire brigade after her passengers started to complain of neck pain – leading emergency services to work out the safest way of getting them out of the car.

At the time, Janice told the BBC of her devastation – saying that the Vectra was a much loved family car, and that she wasn’t even certain as to whether the loss would be covered by her insurance.


As it became apparent that Janice’s fears were indeed the case, Network Q stepped in – offering her a replacement Vectra through a dealership in Chandler’s Ford, Hampshire.

The new 2006 Vectra is the seventh in a long line of Vauxhalls owned by Janice – following three Vectras, two Astras and one Cavalier.

‘We’re delighted that Network Q stepped in and provided us with a replacement Vectra,’ she said.

‘Our family love Vauxhall and the previous Vectra was the most reliable car we ever had.  I would like to offer my sincere thanks to Network Q for replacing our car.’


‘We are very pleased to hand over the Vectra to Janice after she was punished for her good deed,’ said Network Q’s Wayne Taylor.  ‘Everyone at Network Q hopes Janice is as happy with this Vectra as she was with her previous model.’

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