A drunken Audi driver crashed into energy barriers on the Jarocin bypass

A drunken Audi driver crashed into energy barriers on the Jarocin bypass


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Three vehicles were involved in the incident on the Jarocin bypass. The person who caused the accident was an Audi driver who was completely drunk.

A drunken Audi driver crashed into energy barriers on the Jarocin bypass

– A 36-year-old resident of Jarocin street, while drunk driving an Audi A4, hit a roadside shelter and damaged it. They drove into the scattered objects of the crashed car, which was also destroyed – reports Asp. employees. Agnieszka Zaworska, information officer of Poviat Police Headquarters in Jarocin.

The Audi driver added 2.7 per mille of alcohol.

In addition to Audi, the event was also attended by a Ford Mustang, driven by a resident of Jarocin, a Renault Megane, driven by a resident of Pleszew poviat. The 36-year-old will be responsible for causing danger in road traffic and driving under the influence of alcohol.

After arriving at the scene, firefighters secured and illuminated the area of ​​activity. Rescuers then disconnected the batteries from the vehicles and sprayed the leaking operating fluid with a sorbent. After an investigation by the police, the vehicles were taken by roadside assistance. Two teams of JRG Jarocin, OSP Cielcza, and OSP Mieszków worked on the scene.

Firefighters were removing mud from the road

In addition to the incident in the corridor, the firefighters of the last day made three other calls. In Witaszyce, they intervened on the national road number 11. They removed a tree that fell from the road. Two groups of volunteers: Kotlin Volunteer Fire Department and Magnuszewice were removing mud from the road in Magnuszewice. In Ludwinów, firefighters fought against insects.

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