When the departure date approaches, stress quickly arises.
But that is no excuse for the behavior that a driver displayed after an accident on the A95 near Penzberg.
- The 54-year-old Israeli was, as the traffic police inspection in Weilheim reported on Sunday, on the A95 around 3:30 p.m. and in his rental car, an Audi, got into the right lane in the construction site area shortly after the Penzberg junction.
He crashed into the VW of a 55-year-old from the Erding district driving next to him.
As a result of the collision, the Audi got out of control and hit the temporary lane separation of the construction site in the middle on the left.
Several elements of the separation were moved.
Without taking care of the accident, the person who caused the accident continued his journey. Only after the injured party was chasing him and repeatedly drew attention to himself with the flasher did the Audi driver stop at a subsequent parking lot. This led to a dispute between the two parties because the perpetrator offered the injured party money, but refused to give his personal details. The Israeli national simply tore down the damaged rear bumper on his car, stated that he had to go to the airport, and then simply drove away.
Ultimately, the person who caused the accident was provisionally arrested by officials at Munich Airport shortly before departure, after simply having parked the rental car somewhere in the parking garage. As the police report, the damage to the Audi, which the man simply left there carelessly, is estimated at 20,000 euros. The prosecution ordered a security deposit in the criminal proceedings due to the course of the day, after the payment of which the man was released and could start his return flight. This means that Erdinger, whose VW was damaged in the accident near Penzberg, shouldn't have to worry about being left with the damage of around 1500 euros.