A seven-year-old collided with a skier on Brauneck and was injured.
The woman drove on.
Now the police are looking for witnesses.
Lenggries – A negligent bodily injury occurred on Sunday morning on a slope at Brauneck.
According to the police, a seven-year-old skier from Dießen am Ammersee was driving on the family run (piste 3) behind his father at 10:45 a.m. when the accident occurred.
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Father takes care of injured son - polluter just keeps driving
An unknown woman collided with the boy, causing him to fall.
The father noticed this immediately and took care of his son while the woman who caused the accident left the area.
The seven-year-old was taken to the Asklepios city clinic in Tölz with minor injuries.
Tölz police are now looking for witnesses to the skiing accident and the fugitive skier
Witnesses to the incident are asked to contact the Bad Tölz Police Inspectorate on 08041/76106-0.
The unknown perpetrator, who simply drove on after the collision, was dressed in a red jacket and white trousers.
The woman was traveling with two male skiers dressed in red.
There were a number of other accidents involving winter sports enthusiasts last weekend.
The mountain rescue service had a lot to do in the Isarwinkel.
Among other things, an injured ski tourer had to be rescued on Schönberg.
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