Tuesday, August 16, 2022

Axenstrasse: Search is on for the crash car at the bottom of the lake

On Sunday, the traffic came to a sudden halt. Motorists on both sides stopped at the Wolfsprung, got out of their cars, headed for the wrought-iron railing and looked 50 meters down in disbelief. A vehicle had just taken off from Exenstrasse and sank in Lake Lucerne.

Road maintenance webcams captured the crowd on the route at 12 noon on Sunday. The National Road Operations Office’s permanently installed surveillance camera documents the flow of traffic north from the Wolfsprung rest area.

Every few minutes a screenshot is publicly published (the camera was taken temporarily offline on Sunday afternoon). Meanwhile the police have access to the original material. Depending on the quality of the video recording it may help to clarify how the accident happened.

Based on the traces of the accident, it has so far been established that the accident vehicle had previously hit a nearby rock on the right on the way to the Mossi Tunnel. One wheel burst and rammed directly into an oncoming car. The testimony of these prisoners is also included in the work of the police. Torn wheels allowed to draw conclusions about the car brand. Vehicle parts were lying on the road, which in many cases can also provide important information.

Like a puzzle, the investigators at Kapo Schwyz pieced together all the information to form a picture. During the search a license plate from the canton of Zurich was found down in the lake. Police believe it came from a sunken car. The car involved in the accident could reportedly be a huge dark colored SUV.

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