On Saturday evening there was a serious solo accident in Groß-Gerau (Hesse). However, the driver initially fled, leaving two injured people behind.
The driver of a Mitsubishi put down absolutely reckless behavior after one Solo accident im south hessian Groß-Gerau on the day after he crashed head-on into a tree on Saturday evening without outside interference.
As a spokesman for the police in southern Hesse reported on Sunday night, the 41-year-old and two co-drivers aged 38 and 33 were on the way to the fire brigade on the Nordring in the industrial park there around 8 p.m.
After driving over a bridge, he lost control of his car for reasons that had not yet been fully clarified, got off the lane and hit a tree planted on the side of the road head-on.
The two male passengers were seriously injured by the force of the impact, while the driver was still able to leave the car on his own. However, several testimonies ultimately showed that the 41-year-old did not immediately seek help, but inexplicably fled.
The two seriously injured men who were left behind in the car had to be rescued from the car by the emergency services and were taken to nearby hospitals after initial treatment.
The car was not registered at the time of the crash, and it was traveling without license plates.
The Groß-Gerauer Nordring was completely closed for around two hours as a result of the accident.
Witnesses who can provide further information on what has happened are required to call the number 06152/1750 to contact the responsible department.
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Mitsubishi driver crashes headon tree reaction absolutely ruthless