A dangerous overtaking manoeuvre on the B 318 near Lochham was just able to break off a Mercedes driver from Otterfing on Tuesday, but there was still an accident: The Mercedes rammed a driving school car when cutting in again.
Warngau - On the way to Tegernsee, a Mercedes driver from Otterfing (born in 1968) was in a hurry on Tuesday (6 June). On the way on the B 318, he started to overtake a driving school car at around 16.45 p.m. at the height of Lochham (Warngau municipality), but did not pass by and instead rammed the driving school Golf. As the Holzkirchen police reported on request, two of those involved suffered minor injuries.
The risky overtaking manoeuvre could have ended even worse. According to police, the Mercedes driver just realized that he would not make it back into the right-hand lane in front of oncoming traffic. To avoid a head-on collision, he broke off and cut back into his lane. There it came to an accident: According to the police, the Mercedes rammed a driving school Golf, which was driven by a 17-year-old student driver from Miesbach.
In the collision, the person who caused the accident in the Mercedes and the driving instructor from Weyarn (born in 1970) suffered minor injuries. The property damage to the Mercedes, which was damaged at the front, amounts to around 15,000 euros, the rear damage to the driving school Golf, the police estimate at 5000 euros.
The B 318 was completely closed for ten minutes during the accident recording, and the main road was only passable in one lane for another 20 minutes. The Warngau fire brigade moved out with ten active members to secure the scene of the accident and bind spilled operating fluids.
According to the police, a criminal case was initiated against the otter finger for endangering road traffic.
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