Serious accidents are always bad. Particularly affected you, but if you live in the middle burst into the heart, in joy and let joy - like this Wednesday, 1. May, in Egmating, a village about 30 kilometers from Munich. 17 injured, two seriously, this is the balance sheet of a "Maypole" that led to this afternoon across the southern part of the district of Ebersberg.
in the Midst of Egmating a tractor overturned with two trailers, which, according to the police, several beer sets and about two dozen people were. At the scene of the accident, numerous rescue forces, fire brigades, and three helicopters in use.
in the Afternoon, against 17.45, happened to the misfortune. The Team drove on the steep slope of the Apostelweg, the amount of Kreuzberg. Suddenly, the two agricultural trailer caught up with the towing vehicle, wedged into each other and overturned. The people in the car were jammed or crashed on the roadway.
Obviously, had the failed brake of the Duo, and why, is being investigated by the police. "The exact circumstances will require further clarification," - said in a press release from the police headquarters upper Bavaria North. "On the spot currently more points."
rescue helicopters in use
The chaotic sight, the helpers offered the bring about haste, it must, at least once Worst have to fear. Because the two followers had moved almost completely on top of each other. That this misfortune on this 1. May gave in Egmating not dead, is a great happiness.
According to the current findings, were injured, two people hard on the head. 19 more of the mainly young passengers suffered minor injuries, mainly place and abrasions.
The accident victims were powered by a large contingent of the Red cross, or of the rescue helicopters had landed on an adjacent Meadow, in the Munich hospitals.
The 16-year-old driver of the vintage Bulldogs of the brand Eicher suffered according to the police, in shock, but remained physically unharmed. At the scene of the accident, the fire brigades were from Egmating, Oberpframmern, Glonn, Aying and Hohenbrunn, as well as many rescue workers. Also Egmatings pastor Kurt Riemhofer had come.