Flinthöhe Bad Tölz: Caused an accident in rush hour traffic under the influence of alcohol
Created: 11/24/2022, 3:00 p.m
By: Andreas Steppan
The Tölz police had to move out to an accident on the Flinthöhe early Wednesday evening.
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After a rear-end collision on the Flinthöhe in Bad Tölz, two of the three cars involved had to be towed away on Wednesday.
There was alcohol involved.
Bad Tölz - A slightly injured and 9500 euros damage are the balance of an accident that occurred early Wednesday evening on the Flinthöhe in Bad Tölz.
Two of the three cars involved had to be towed.
Rear-end collision on the Flinthöhe in Bad Tölz
The collision was caused by a Tölzer who was drunk at the wheel.
According to the police, the 54-year-old Opel driver reacted too late when another Opel and a Mercedes in front of him on the B472 - all heading towards Sachsenkamer Straße - had to brake due to traffic.
The Tölzer drove into the Opel from behind, which was being driven by a 60-year-old woman from Lenggries.
The impact pushed her vehicle onto the Mercedes in front of her, which was being driven by a 64-year-old from Heilbrunn.
The person who caused the accident had over 1.6 per mille intus
The two Opel cars were no longer drivable after the collision.
The Lenggrieserin was slightly injured.
The property damage adds up to 9500 euros.
As it turned out, alcohol was involved in the accident: the Tölzer who had caused the accident showed corresponding signs of failure.
An on-site test resulted in a value of 1.64 per mille.
The 54-year-old is facing criminal proceedings, and his driver's license has been secured.
You can find more current news from the region around Bad Tölz at Merkur.de/Bad Tölz.