Two traffic accidents have kept emergency workers on Friday afternoon on their toes. In one case, the victims, help came for the accident too late.
Update 26. June, 18.30 hrs:
Geiselbullach – Several injured and one death. This is the sad result of two road accidents on Friday afternoon. The first occurred at 15 o'clock on the A 8, near the ash Rieder clasp.
A 33-year-old motorcycle rider from the district of Fürstenfeldbruck, moved his vehicle to the left lane. There is a car with high speed from the rear, arrived, captured him at the wheel of a 54-Year-old, also from the district. The motorcycle wedged in the Passenger Front wheel and was dragged 100 meters. The motorcycle driver was run over by the machine toppled, and possibly of the Car. For him, every help came too late. As the ambulance and emergency arrived, the helicopter was only to determine the death.
To clarify the precise accident happened is now created an accident report. Witnesses can give clues to the accident are asked to contact the motorway police, phone (089) 89 11 80,. At the site, among other things, the fire brigades were from Graßlfing and Geiselbullach. The motorway had to be closed for around three hours.
a Little later, a motorist was according to the police, on the B 471 between Esting and Geiselbullach on the opposite lane. There, he touched a vehicle that was plunged into a Spin, and another car was rammed. Overall, were injured in the Crash five people in the three vehicles easily. The Federal road had to be closed in both directions. On all routes of traffic jams in the rush hour traffic.
initial report 26. June 17 PM:
Geiselbullach - According to initial information, several persons were slightly injured. Circumstances of the accident, nothing is known. Fire, police and rescue service are on site. Because at the same time the A8 Fürstenfeldbruck was also blocked due to a traffic accident at the height of the connection Dachau place/complete, it came in the rush hour traffic to long traffic jams.Date Of Update: 26 June 2020, 17:34