The accident happened around 1.15 pm on the Chaussée de Waterloo (N5), at the height of the junction with the Lindenlaan. The small brommobiel, a car that up to 45 kilometers per hour can drive and for which only a bromfietsrijbewijs needed, turned according to a witness, suddenly, to the left to the Lindenlaan to drive, so a Volvo from the opposite direction came and was driven by a 61-year-old man from Waterloo, head to the Aixam rammed. The vehicles are a few steps further, come to a standstill.
The fire came from Halle, ‘s-Gravenbrakel and Brussels on the spot, together with three MOSQUITO-teams of the hospitals of ‘s-Gravenbrakel, Sint Elisabeth and Sint-Pieter. The occupants of the brommobiel were freed, but for the passenger (15) from Lasne at the front of the sat was unfortunately too late. The driver, a girl of 18 from Lasne, was spot resuscitated and is in critical condition transferred to the hospital. There she died of her injuries. The other two girls of 16 years old, from Lasne and Saint-Genesius-Rode, which in the case were there are only two seats, were heavy injuries. The driver of the Volvo ran the light injuries. the
The public prosecutor's office proposed a autodeskundige, wetsarts and the laboratory to have the necessary findings to do so. Both vehicles were judicial hoisted for further research, but for now, everything points out that the Aixam unexpectedly to the left turned and the Volvo, the vehicle could no longer dodge. The highway continued until after 5 a.m. fully closed in both directions.