Two accidents occurred yesterday, Thursday, on the A 95 at the Iffeldorf and Sindelsdorf junctions.
One of the people who caused the accident fled.
Sindelsdorf - The first accident occurred around 8.15 a.m.
A 32-year-old from the Garmisch-Partenkirchen district drove onto the A95 at the Sindelsdorf junction and pulled into the right lane behind a truck.
At the same time, several sheets of ice fell from the roof of the semitrailer and hit the front of Opel, reports the Weilheim traffic police station.
The car was significantly damaged in the area of the bonnet and windshield, the damage is estimated to amount to around 6,000 euros.
Truck continues driving without worrying about the damage
The driver of the truck continued driving without worrying about the damage.
It is said to have been a truck, consisting of a tractor and a semi-trailer, color gray, with Polish registration.
Further details are not known.
The Weilheim traffic police are looking for witnesses to clarify the incident and receive relevant information by calling 0881/640302.
Traffic accident with moderately injured person
Iffeldorf - The second accident also occurred on the A95. A 25-year-old from Munich drove her Seat Ibiza onto the autobahn at the Iffeldorf junction at around 5:50 pm.
She pulled straight from the acceleration lane into the left lane because she wanted to overtake the vehicle in front of her.
She overlooked the Seat Leon of a 35 year old who was in the left lane and approaching at high speed.
When changing lanes, the two cars collided sideways.
“The impact was so violent that the Seat Leon was lifted out and the left side of the vehicle hit the upper edge of the center barrier,” said the Weilheim traffic police station.
Both vehicles were severely damaged in the collision, one remained in the right-hand lane and the other on the hard shoulder.
The driver had to be taken to the Murnau Accident Clinic
The driver of the Seat Leon, who comes from North Rhine-Westphalia, was admitted to the Murnau Accident Clinic with moderate injuries.
The 25-year-old from Munich got away with the horror.
The total damage amounts to around 30,000 euros.
At the Iffeldorf junction, the right lane of the A 95 was closed for about one and a half hours, traffic was diverted past the accident site in the left lane.
The Iffeldorf and Penzberg fire brigades were deployed with 38 men.