Police tape in Freiburg, Could 27, 2022: Grafenhausen / St. Blasen / Bondorf: Visitors accidents – two fortunate motorcyclists – certainly one of them barely injured

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Grafenhausen / St. Blasen / Bondorf: Traffic accidents – two lucky motorcyclists – one slightly injured

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In three traffic accidents in the northern region Walshot Two motorcyclists were lucky and escaped unscathed, while one of them sustained minor injuries. On the evening of Wednesday, May 25, 2022, in Alptal near St. Blazin, and on Thursday afternoon, May 26, 2022, on the L 170 near Gravenhausen, the drivers involved in the accident were fortunate. A 20-year-old man traveled very fast in a curve on L 154 from St. Blasien in the direction of Albbruck. Off the road in the next lane. He fell into the green bar and was said to have rolled a few times. He was checked by the required emergency services, but he was unharmed. Physical damage to the motorcycle is approximately 600 euros. The 63-year-old motorcyclist had also turned left in a curve ahead of Grafenhausen-Rothaus. He lost control when braking, fell and skidded his mechanism into an oncoming car, luckily the motorcyclist didn’t and was unhurt. The total damage to the motorcycle and the car was around 11,000 euros. On the other hand, a 55-year-old motorcyclist sustained minor injuries in a fall near Bondorf at around 5:40pm on Thursday. He entered the green in a long curve and fell. Paramedics took the driver to the hospital for outpatient treatment. The motorcycle was slightly damaged, property damage amounted to about 1,500 euros.

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This report was sent by the police headquarters in Freiburg on May 27, 2022 at 5:12 am.

Statistics of accidents and casualties in traffic over the past three years

in the state Baden-W├╝rttemberg There was a year 2020 Out of 32,204 road accidents involving personal injuries 330 dead And 39,620 wounded. There has been a slight downward trend in traffic accidents recorded by police across Germany in recent years. In 2020, a total of 2,245,245 incidents occurred traffic movement 2,685,661 cases in 2019 and 2,636,468 cases in 2018. This trend can also be observed in the number of accidents involving personal injuries. In 2020, there were 264,499 accidents in which people were injured, and a total of 3,046 people were killed. In 2018, 3,275 deaths were recorded out of 308,721 accidents involving personal injuries.

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