The 23-year-old man who on Saturday morning was jailed for four weeks after a violent traffic accident on the Sorøvej to the north of Slagelse, which on Friday killed a 59-year-old man's life, was already wanted by the police.
It was because he was absent from the horserød Prison where he was serving a sentence for liquor - and - narkokørsel.
It emerged during the grundlovsforhøret in the Court of Nykøbing Falster, where the 23-year-old was made in absentia, since he himself is hospitalized with injuries after the accident. He is charged with negligent manslaughter, negligent substantial bodily harm, spirits - and - narkokørsel and brugstyveri of a Ford S-Max. He refuses to comment.
Behind him, the 23-year-old a large number of cases of driving, and therefore he is deprived of føreretten until 2028. Also a few voldssager does he have on the cv.
Under the grundlovsforhøret it emerged that several witnesses Friday morning observed the 23-year-old, who they described as highly intoxicated, at a gas station. A woman explained to police that she did not dare to detain him.
Other witnesses have described how the black Ford S-Max, which was stolen with the key in the ignition from a school, overtook them with what they estimated to be between 100 and 140 kilometers in hours.
Police experts have not yet determined the precise speed, when Ford's head-on hit the 59-year-olds car.
When the police arrived to the scene they saw a woman and a man, who attempted to arrest an aggressive person. The officers got him in handcuffs and judged him to be much affected.
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Roses by the wayside, where the former Falck-man lost his life. Photo: Per Rasmussen
In court, it emerged that the 59-year-old for many years was employed in Falck, and among the rescue workers was more of his former colleagues, who recognized him. His life was not to save, and it was also the former colleagues, who declared the 59-year-old's death on Sorøvej.
The 23-year-old had two passengers in the car during the accident. The one was yesterday flown to university hospital with serious injuries, and the other is expected to be transferred from the Slagelse Hospital during the day on Saturday.