A violent collision between a private car and a taxi took place this Sunday morning in the Balvanera neighborhood of Buenos Aires. The driver of the private vehicle tested positive for a Breathalyzer test, and the man accompanying the police officer who was working at the scene struck. CONCERNING THE WOMAN AND THE CALLER TO BE TRANSFERRED TO THE SAME.
The accident occurred after 7 in the morning when a Renault Logan was hit by a Chevrolet Spin operated by a taxi at the intersection of Av Corrientes and Larrea.
As police sources confirmed, the taxi was driving through Larrea and was hit by Logan coming through Corrientes. An accident on that track cut several hours, and the next release of the track after 10:30 in the morning.
As a result of the collision, a man (37) of Peruvian nationality, who was traveling in a Renault Vell, received a severe head injury. But according to the C5N channel, the police had to bring him back because he was in a state of shock and tried to attack the policeman.
They hit a Renault or Logan taxi that was going down Larrea Street. Photo: Capite C5N
“He attacked the manager because he kneeled on his head where he had a wound, and he lost a lot of blood,” said the man’s daughter, who had to be transferred for treatment.
In the event, the attacker will be held by the instruction of the Eastern Fiscal Unit, headed by Dr. Arnuado, because of “attack and resistance to authority”.
Meanwhile, the 50-year-old woman who was traveling in the taxi was also transferred to the Ramos Mejía Hospital with multiple injuries.
positive Breathalyzer test
The driver of the Renault fell asleep in the back of the vehicle after the crash while waiting for the police breathalyzer test.
Some witnesses confirmed that he had a strong breath of alcohol. Something confirmed after an exercise test: a 38-year-old Peruvian man tested positive, 1.20 P. of alcohol in the blood.
After confirmation, a report of misdemeanor was drawn up, the vehicle was seized and a case of “injuries” was filed.
Meanwhile, the taxi driver, also a native of Peru, gave a 0 on the Breathalyzer test, and both drivers gave negative drug tests.