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Brandenburg: Deadly accident: Police give mistakes – Berlin

Tuesday, September 5th, 2017 | bitcoin updates

After the fatal accident in Treuenbrietzen, where a 56-year-old on the B102 federal highway collided with two water buffaloes and then raced against a tree, the police has given mistakes. After the animals had crossed a railway crossing near the accident site early in the morning, an emergency call came in. The official informed the Deutsche Bahn and the federal police. He did not send his own official car. At the latest, a second emergency call, which was dealt with minutes later by a colleague, should have led to further measures, confirms the police Brandenburg on demand. A quarter of a hour later, the collision occurred. "There was a lack of concrete communication between the two processors," said the press. Qualification measures are intended to ensure that they are more effective in the future. It is still unclear how the animals, which did not survive the impact, came into the street. A person in charge of Circus Carl Busch, to whom the animals belonged, declared that they had been liberated. The prosecutor's office Potsdam ascertained due to negligent killing.


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