Eduardo Cabrita’s driver considered speed “adequate to the road” in the case of being run over on the A6 – Portugal


The driver of the Ministry of Internal Affairs, accused of the negligent homicide of a worker on the A6, claimed to have “no notion” of the speed of the vehicle, but considered it “appropriate for the road”.

According to the process, which the Lusa agency had access to this Friday, Marco Pontes, driver of the vehicle carrying the minister of Internal Affairs, indicated that the worker was fatally run over “in a fraction of seconds”.

During the investigation phase, driver Marco Pontes said that he was driving in the leftmost lane of Highway 6 (A6) and that he had no “notice” of the speed at which he was moving, although he added that “it was the speed appropriate for the road” .


Source: Correio da Manhã by www.cmjornal.pt.

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