Spain – driver causes terrible accident by colliding with five cars and overturning: she tripled the alcohol rate

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A woman in her 50s ended up losing control of her vehicle in the Ronda de Fontinas causing a big accident. After carrying out the corresponding tests, it was confirmed that he had 0.85 milligrams of alcohol per liter of expired air.


A woman presented minor injuries after she was the cause of an accident in the Ronda de Fontinas for being drunk The driver, who tripled the rate in the breathalyzer test, collided with five vehicles parked on public roads and overturned in the middle of the road.

According to the details, the terrible moment occurred around half past four on Friday afternoon, when a team of attested moved to the Ronda das Fontinas because there had been a traffic accident. As soon as they arrived at the site, the agents verified that there was a overturned vehicle in the middle of the roadcutting off traffic, and several witnesses explained that the accident car had previously hit five passenger cars that were parked on public roads.

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Later it was learned that the woman, 50 years old and a resident of Lugo, got out of the car under his own poweralthough he had several injuries, supposedly minor, for which was transferred to the Hula in an ambulance from the Emergency Service 061 Galicia.

Likewise, the agents went to the hospital center and subjected the woman to a breathalyzer test, which showed a rate of 0.85 milligrams per liter of expired air, more than three times what is allowed. The Local Police opened proceedings against her as the alleged perpetrator of a crime against road safety.

The accident, which raised great expectation among passers-by, took place at a point of the Ronda das Fontiñas where several accidents have already been recordedit is. In some of them, the vehicle involved also ended up overturned on the road.


Editorial GossipVehicle. With information from Progress.

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