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Zdunki. It entered a disused part of the S61 expressway and hit the signs. He was drunk

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The police detained a 45-year-old driver who, on the expressway near the village of Zdunki (Warmińsko-Mazurskie Voivodeship), entered the part of the route under construction and hit the signs. The man was drunk.

Everything happened on Saturday (May 13) before 9 pm on the S61 expressway. At the Zdunki-Nowa Wieś Ełcka junction, a Skoda driver entered a closed part of the S61 expressway.

The car destroyed the signs indicating the end of the route. Nothing happened to the driver.

He drove onto a closed section of the road KP PSP Ełk

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He had more than two times the legal limit of alcohol in his system

– The 45-year-old driver was intoxicated. He had more than two per mille of alcohol in his body – says junior aspirant Agata Kulikowska de Nałęcz from the Poviat Police Headquarters in Ełk.

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He added that the driver was not injured.

He destroyed the signs KP PSP Ełk

– I was driving alone. He heard shots of driving a car while intoxicated, the policewoman announces.

The man faces up to two years in prison.

The police are investigating the circumstances of the incident. Firefighters from the Poviat Headquarters of the State Fire Service in Ełk were also on site.

He entered the construction site

As Karol Głębocki from the Olsztyn branch of the General Directorate for National Roads and Motorways informs us, the place where the incident took place is a section of the expressway between the Ełk Południe and Wysokie junctions, where construction is underway.

This section is due to open in July. After the sections between the Szczuczyn junction and Ełk Południe and between Wysokie and Raczki have already been commissioned, the entire route between Szczuczyn and Raczki will be passable – he explains.

Main photo source: KP PSP Ełk

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