A 31-year-old Bulgarian had a heart attack and died after a road accident with another Bulgarian in the Olt Valley

A 31-year-old Bulgarian had a heart attack and died after a road accident with another Bulgarian in the Olt Valley
A 31-year-old Bulgarian had a heart attack and died after a road accident with another Bulgarian in the Olt Valley
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A 31-year-old man, a Bulgarian citizen, had a heart attack and died after a road accident on Sunday afternoon on Dealul Negru (DN 7 Pitesti-Râmnicu Vâlcea).

According to local media, the 31-year-old driver was hit from behind by another driver, a Bulgarian citizen, and thrown into another car. The accident was not serious, but shortly after the victim complained of chest pains. The medical crews at the scene performed resuscitation maneuvers, but the man died.

“From the preliminary checks, carried out by the police of the Argeș Road Service, it was established that, at around 17:30, a 27-year-old man, a Bulgarian citizen, who was driving a van on DN 7, within the radius of the Morărești commune, with the direction of travel Pitesti towards Rm. Vâlcea, he collided with a van moving in the same direction, in front of him, driven by a 31-year-old man, who is also a Bulgarian citizen. Following the impact, he was projected into the car traveling in front of him, driven by a 49-year-old man from Bucharest. Immediately after the road accident, the 31-year-old man, who was driving the second van among the three vehicles involved, complained of feeling unwell. At the scene, the medical crews performed resuscitation maneuvers, but the man died. The cause of death is to be established by performing a medico-legal autopsy, and the checks continue, in order to establish all the circumstances in which the event took place, in the case being drawn up a criminal file according to art. 192 of the Penal Code”, informs IPJ Argeș, quoted by Jurnal de Argeș.

Publisher: VM

The article is in Romanian

Tags: #31yearold Bulgarian heart attack died road accident Bulgarian Olt Valley

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