One of the people involved in the fatal crash on Route 104 testified before Prosecutor Sebastian Robles, who questioned him about how the accident happened, where they came from and where they were going. Milena Antun was in the back seat of a Volkswagen Nivus driven by Nicolás Rocca, and was a friend of his and the other person in the vehicle, Juan Pablo Centero. He did not know the other two girls, Nazarena Sierra and Josefina Elizondo, and said that Rocca took them “on a wave” because they had “no way to come back from”.afterin which they were all.
“The memories I have of getting into this place in the car, greeting girls, introducing myself; My next memory is laughing at something and the next memory is of Juan lying on the grass bleeding trying to keep him from closing his eyes until the ambulance arrived,” the young woman told Robles in a broken voice.
The woman said she was working on a program in Times And from that place he went to the house of some of his acquaintances and stayed there till he and his friends decided to return. I didn’t know the girls personally who were in the dead Ford KA Michaela Trinity why josephine ferreroNor did Melanie Larabureau and Carolina Palacios, but she knew them “by name and surname from circles in common” and they were at the same party that night.
When the prosecutor asked her if she wanted to add anything at the end of the interview, the woman said: “I traveled several times with Nico in the car and although I don’t remember those journeys, I can tell you that every time When I traveled with Nico he was always a driver. Discreet. Always. And what’s more, the bus (car) was new so being a new car I took a lot of care of it.”
However, another passenger of Nivus, Josefina Elizondo, made a statement as to how the accident might have happened that day. “I’m not sure, but for me we crossed the lane on the left because we turned right,” said Agent Yennefer Moreira of La Barra’s Sectional 12.
While she was hospitalized at Maldonado Hospital, Elizondo explained to the agent that he took her statement that she was paying attention to the road and that the moment she became distracted she felt “a car coming in front of them”. .
“There I woke up alone with my friend in the car and they were taking us out of the car,” said the young woman.
A preliminary report by the Highway Police on its part indicated that the Ford Kay car, in which the two women who died in the front and two other women in the rear, was on the right bank in the southbound direction. Trinidad and Ferrero were trapped in the forward cabin.
Meanwhile, the Volkswagen Nivus was left on the southbound left shoulder, but the front sector was northbound.
The expert’s conclusion is that the Volkswagen driven by Rocca was going south and the Ford driven by Trinidad was going north. All that Antoon said in his statement was that he remembered that there were “almost no cars” on the route.
The head-on collision occurred at the intersection of Route 104, which ends at kilometer 1 at El Chorro- and Las Ballenas Streets. There were no security cameras, something that is making the investigation difficult.
One of Rocca’s lawyers, Pablo Donangelo, told El Pais that they have not yet produced the toxicological report on the driver of the Ford Cay, Michaela Trinidad, which is “one of many elements” that demonstrate Rocca’s lack of guilt. Can do. , whose blood alcohol content was 0.18. In turn, he indicated that the two people who are in the CTI, Juan Pablo Centero and Carolina Palacios, are stable.