Car turned sideways on the road, blocking a lane

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takiakos76

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Hungarian
Hi!

Is it correct to say:

"A car turned sideways on the road and it's now blocking one of the lanes."

By which I mean (see photo, sort of) that the car has come to a halt and ended up in a position perpendicular to the traffic on the road.

If it's not correct, how would you say it?
 

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  • PaulQ

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    UK
    English - England
    It is correct and this is how I would say it: "A car has/is turned sideways in the road and it's now blocking one of the lanes." :tick:
     
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