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Książenice. Drunk, they rode in a horse-drawn carriage. A passenger fell out of it

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A drunk resident of Greater Poland, returning from the harvest festival, fell out of the carriage. The 74-year-old was hospitalized. As it turned out, the coachman was also drunk.

The incident took place on Sunday at 19:20 on Wiejska Street in Książenice (Greater Poland Voivodeship). Two men were returning to their home in Ostrzeszów in a horse-drawn carriage after a harvest festival in Grabów on the Prosna River. The 71-year-old was driving. At one point, the 74-year-old fell out of the cab onto the pavement and crashed.

– The policemen sent to the site found that the 71-year-old inhabitant of Ostrzeszów was driving a horse-drawn carriage while under the influence of alcohol, informs Magdalena Hańdziuk, the press spokesman of the Ostrzeszów police.

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The coachman had over two per mille of alcohol in the exhaled air. His passenger was not examined, but – according to the policewoman – he was in a state of intoxication.

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It ended up with bruises

The man was taken to hospital in Ostrów Wielkopolski. – The police established that he had been injured in less than seven days – explained Hańdziuk.

The proceedings in the case are conducted by the District Police Headquarters in Ostrzeszów. The driver will be responsible for driving a non-motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol. He is facing up to 14 days in jail or a fine.

Main photo source: KPP Ostrzeszów



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