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Warsaw. Rolling over in Aleja Prymasa Tysiąclecia. Police: the driver had more than two per mille

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A passenger car rolled over in Prymasa Tysiąclecia Avenue. The vehicle blocked the passage over the viaduct over Górczewska towards the Western Railway Station. The police inform that a drunk person was driving the car.

The rollover happened just before 7 PM – The report showed that there was a rollover and the car was on fire. On the spot, however, it turned out that there was no fire. One person was injured, informed Piotr Rżysko from the Municipal Headquarters of the State Fire Service. “There are two fire brigades and two ambulances on site,” he added.

– Aleja Prymasa Tysiąclecia is blocked towards the Western Railway Station. At the exit from the viaduct over Górczewska, the car is lying on the roof across the road, initially provided by Artur Węgrzynowicz from tvnwarszawa.pl. Around 19.40 he reported that the firefighters had already put the car on the wheels, but the traffic on the viaduct was still blocked. – The policemen allowed the drivers who were stuck in a traffic jam to withdraw, because the rollover site can be bypassed by the crossing under the viaduct – he emphasized.

The police told us that the Honda had collided with a passenger Audi before the rollover. – Her driver was taken to hospital. Both drivers were also tested with a breathalyzer, it turned out that the Honda driver had more than two per mille of alcohol in the exhaled air – said Rafał Markiewicz from the Warsaw Police Headquarters.

Main photo source: Artur Węgrzynowicz / tvnwarszawa.pl

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