Berlin. Porsche entered the pavement, 4 people were killed, including a Polish woman

Berlin. Porsche entered the pavement, 4 people were killed, including a Polish woman

Speeding Porsche entered the sidewalk in Berlin & nbsp; 4 people were killed, including a 67-year-old Polish woman and a 6-year-old girl from a & nbsp; Polish-German family. 5 people were injured. After the accident, protests took place in the city, including under & nbsp; the slogan "stop motorized violence".

- We are investigating the recording of & nbsp; monitoring cameras to & nbsp; determine the course of the accident. Witnesses' interviews with the prosecutor's office have been ongoing since the morning - & nbsp; said Polsat News Michael Gassen, a spokesman for the Berlin police in an interview with & nbsp; - & nbsp; Blood samples were taken from the driver, but we still have to wait for the results of the test - & nbsp;

Stephan von Dassel, the mayor of the Mitte district, in which the accident happened, criticized the presence in the city of large cars that could develop high speeds. "Tank-like cars should & nbsp; should be in & nbsp; city," & nbsp; wrote on & nbsp; Twitter. - & nbsp; "They are climate killers, they are also dangerous when there is & nbsp; an accident & nbsp;" & nbsp; added.

After the accident, the associations "Fuss", "Changing Cities" and & nbsp; Road Traffic Club (VCD) called for & nbsp; protests. Several hundred people took part in the silent demonstration. Protesters demanded a speed limit of & nbsp; 30 km / h throughout Berlin, a traffic ban on & nbsp; the city center and & nbsp; the establishment of an ombudsman for victims of road accidents.

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