In the case of a serious traffic accident in Munich, the driver of the Audi has been fatally injured. He was previously collided with a tree.With his Audi blew up a man in Munich, deadly. The 28-Year-old had run over a traffic island and came up short against a house wall to Stand, after he had collided with a tree. The fire Department cordoned off the area.
Update 27. May, 11.33 PM: In your press report on Wednesday, has called the police in Munich for more Details about the fatal accident in the Fuggerstraße. Accordingly, the collision occurred at about 2.15 PM. The Audi driver was "highly excessive" speed on-the-go.
The accident victim was trapped by the collision with the tree in his car; he had to be freed by firefighters.
Munich: man killed in accident - Audi bounces against the tree house wall
Munich - In the night from Tuesday to Wednesday (26. and 27 respectively. May), it came in the district of Sendling-Westpark a severe traffic accident . A 28-year-old Audi driver was in a northerly direction on the Hansa road on-the-go.
In a left turn drove the man with his Car straight over the island , collided with a power supply and crashed, ultimately, against a tree at wall of a residential block in the Fuggerstraße . The immediately initiated rescue operations from Feuerwehr and emergency service were unsuccessful. The driver suffered in the collision, so heavy injuries , that he died at the scene.
Deadly traffic accident from Tuesday to Wednesday in #Sendling West ParkFull report: https://t.co/V7pf0caDyH#wirfuerMuenchen pic.twitter.com/dDTaeEvnRw — Feuerwehr München (@BFMuenchen) May 27, 2020
Deadly crash in Munich: Passers-by suffer shock
passers-by , who had observed the accident, had to be taken care of by the crisis intervention team . For the accident investigations by the police, the fire Department had to cordon off the area, fire protection and large-scale illumination. The resulting property damage is estimated by the fire Department to approximately 70,000 euros.
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