On the climate demonstration in Zurich has a Porsche driver according to eye-witnesses, brought the participants of the procession in danger. The incident occurred shortly after 15.30 on the Sihlstrasse at the height of nüschelerstrasse. "First of all, the Porsche waited at the side of the move," explains Kaja, who even took part in the Demonstration, the incident. "Then he began, slowly in the procession to enter and was suddenly on the Gas!"
Kaja was able to Dodge the car but the Porsche touched you in a way that you einklappte with your body, the side rear-view mirror. A second eyewitness confirmed. It would at least need to Dodge two more persons in the vehicle and a protester was able to pull about a three year old child just in time for the page, so the two witnesses.
The incident occurred on the Sihlstrasse at Nüschelerstrasse / Uraniastrasse. Image: Google Maps
After about a car length, the driver had slowed down again, and as the protesters were from the car, roared off in his Porsche Panamera with Swiss plates. "He seems to have lost patience," says Kaja. "He gesticulated at the beginning, the wild out of the window."
Kaja received to show to the man, "definitely", as she says on request. The second eye-witness wants to file a report. Marco Cortesi, spokesman for the Zurich-based Statdtpolizei, confirmed on request, that in the meantime, several people display would be refunded.
it is Unclear currently what has led to this incident. According to the Police report, was at the place where the incident happened, the rear window of a vehicle and moving, participants are taken. According to information this newspaper is the vehicle of the above-mentioned Porsche.
One of the eyewitnesses said that the disc had been broken, after the driver had gone on the Gas. The people had beaten so against the car. Also Kaja says, you've only heard after the incident, the Clink of a glass.
police spokesman Cortesi wants to currently no further information. "Detectives have taken the appropriate investigations and establish the facts of the case," said Cortesi.
Created: 06.04.2019, 18:03 PM