Two seriously injured on B432: Audi against Audi!


Bad Segeberg (Schleswig-Holstein) – Bad accident on the B432 near Mözen in the Segeberg district: two Audi cars crashed into each other. Two seriously injured people had to go to clinics!

After initial investigations by the police, a man was driving his Audi towards Bad Segeberg at around 9.45 p.m. It was drizzling. 1.5 degrees above freezing. In a slight right-hand bend, the driver loses control and thunders across the opposite lane into a stone wall on a property.

The roof of the second Audi was dented

Photo: Thomas Knoop

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One of the cars thundered against this stone wall

Photo: Thomas Knoop

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There are several Tuborg beer cans on the road

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The car is thrown back onto the oncoming lane – right in front of the Audi of a woman who was driving towards Leezen.

A resident (80): “I have just seen ‘Farmer is looking for a wife’. There was a huge bang. I was terribly frightened. When I went outside there were two broken cars. The fire department came a little later. “

The rescuers had received an emergency call that people were trapped in the vehicles. Fortunately, this was not confirmed on site.

The Audi driver and the Audi driver were seriously injured in clinics. A pallet with Tuborg beer cans flew out of one of the vehicles onto the B432. The cans were scattered among the wrecked cars.

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Mayor Sabine Meyer (r.) In conversation with a police officer

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Mözen’s mayor Sabine Meyer appeared at the scene of the accident: “If it is in a town, we are responsible for the evacuation. Outside it is the road maintenance department. “

The police are still investigating the exact cause of the accident.

Less than two kilometers away there was a horror accident on the B432 in October. A 20-year-old Passat first crashed into a tree, spun around, took off and hit the window of a public bus. A 16-year-old died in the bus (BILD reported).

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A large number of rescuers were alerted to the B432

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