Do Romanians learn nothing? A new serious accident took place on E85


One thing is clear. Many Romanians do not learn anything from the mistakes of others. A serious traffic accident took place on E85. Only 10 days have passed since seven people perished on the road called “The Road of Death”.

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A new road accident took place on E85, within the locality of Cumpărătura in Suceava County. Two cars collided violently. Four people were injured in the impact.

The victims, conscious and cooperating, received medical care on the spot, then were transported to the Suceava Emergency Reception Unit. Fortunately, no deaths were reported this time.

University professor Dr. Diana Cimpoieșu also intervened on the spot. Chief physician of UPU-SMURD Iași and coordinator of the SMURD service in the northeastern region of the country, it was on its way to the headquarters of the Inspectorate for Emergency Situations in Suceava.

Serious accident shortly after the tragedy on E85

The accident comes shortly after police announced a record number of permit suspensions on E85 late last week. 14 drivers were left without the right to drive a car on public roads in only 60 minutes. For everyone, the reason for the suspension was the same: excessive speed. A simple calculation shows that, every almost 5 minutes, a driver has exceeded the speed limit allowed on that road section by at least 50 km / h.

Drivers who want to step on the accelerator pedal do not feel at all discouraged by the constant placement of radars on the E85. Moreover, in recent days, traffic on the European road has been monitored with the help of a helicopter.

The prevention measures of the Romanian Police seem powerless. These drivers are not scared by the terrifying images captured, ten days ago, on the same E85. Seven people died then in a collision between two cars. It was a black weekend. The seven deaths complete the huge list of a total of 24 people who died in road accidents in just three days.


Source: Promotor by www.promotor.ro.

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