Berliner flies into the bushes at the Sauerlach exit due to slippery terrain
Created: 12/16/2022, 11:35 am
By: Günter Hiel
The police recorded the accident (symbol image) © Wolfgang Maria Weber/imago
A Berliner who wanted to drive his car off the A995 at the Sauerlach exit on Thursday evening was decidedly too quick.
– On Thursday around 9:30 p.m., a 51-year-old from Berlin drove his Mitsubishi on the A995 coming from Munich at the Sauerlach junction.
According to the police, the driver was driving too fast for the wintry road conditions.
In the long right-hand bend of the exit, he lost control of his vehicle and shot straight off the road.
Only a few bushes and trees stopped him.
Accident driver remains uninjured
Fortunately, the Berliner was not injured in the accident.
Damage to his car was not yet known - the car had to be recovered by a towing company.
Junction point must be closed for recovery of the car
In addition to the patrol of the Holzkirchen motorway police station, the Hohenbrunn motorway maintenance department was also deployed.
There were no major traffic disruptions - the junction only had to be closed briefly to allow the car to be recovered.
Police warn: Drive carefully!
The police asks all road users again to adapt their driving style to the wintry road conditions.
In the right weather, you always have to reckon with suddenly occurring, slippery road sections, especially at the motorway junctions.