COMPANY the driver of The motorhome to the origin of an accident that resulted in three dead and two injured serious, the December 8, in the Finistère, had to 1.75 grams of alcohol in the blood. In addition, according to witnesses, he was driving too fast…
A terrible traffic accident has caused the death of three persons and the serious injury of two girls, 8 December, Lothey, Finistère, brittany. On Friday, the court of Quimper has indicated that the driver of the motorhome, at the origin of the collision, had to 1.75 grams of alcohol in the blood. The man, who died in the accident, was driving according to witnesses at least to 120 or 130 km/h or above the speed limit on the national 165, a four-lane, which connects Brest to Quimper.
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The campervan, from Quimper, crossed the guardrail and ended up on the tracks opposite. He turned around and hit a heavy weight and then the two cars that followed him. The camping-car is then ignited.
Despite the fire from spreading to one of the cars hit, the driver of the truck, slightly injured, was able to get out of the two girls of 9 and 12 years who were in the back. Seriously injured, they were transported to the hospital of Brest.
On the other hand, their mother, at the wheel of the car, and their sister, aged 14, who was the passenger, died. The driver of the second car that was hit was slightly injured.
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