Updated 18.11.2019, 12:41 pm
The cause of the Munich fatality is only the temporary application of psychiatry. The man ran over several teenagers while fleeing police.
The Munich racer, who accidentally injured a 14-year-old in an accident, is no longer in psychiatry. There he was only briefly for his own protection, prosecutor Ann Leiding said Monday.
The 34-year-old is in custody on suspicion of murder. Among other things, he should respond to the triple attempted murder and unauthorized removal from the scene of the accident.
However, it was initially unclear whether he was currently in hospital or in prison. The authorities did not provide information on the extent of his injuries.
The smell of alcohol and drugs in the car
The driver caught two teenagers on Friday night, a 14-year-old died, a 16-year-old seriously injured. During a police check-in flight, the driver is said to have been traveling through the city at a speed of 100 kilometers per hour.
Ignore a few red lights. The police wanted to control the man earlier because he turned the street along a solid center line.
The man apparently drank alcohol. The 34-year-old was found smelling of alcohol, police said Monday.
In addition, officers found a small amount of drugs in his car. The exact percentages or results of further toxicological research are still to be expected.
Dashcam noticed an accident at Rasser
Rasser's deadly accident was recording the dashboard from another car. According to homicide commissioner Joseph Wimmer, the video footage shows the driver driving past at high speed, the car catching a boy and being thrown into the air. After that, the video is shown as the mobile patrol immediately ceases to initiate resuscitation.
The racket went wrong on Friday night when it caught two teenagers. The owner of the car with the dashboard kept the car information parallel to it.
Prosecutor Ann Leiding said: "This Daskham record is very important evidence to us." Camera shooting that captured the look of the windshield while driving was indeed an offense, but the images would still probably be used in the process. (DPA / Ank)