A cramped foot made a 35-year-old accident driver in Vorarlberg on Saturday. As the state police in Vorarlberg announced in the evening, the man was on the L190 in Hörbranz at around 12:25 p.m. when he developed a cramp in his right foot, which got stuck between the pedals and accelerated the car. This caused the car to collide with two other cars, five people were injured to an unknown degree.
The accident trajectory started near the construction site of the bridge at the border crossing to Germany. The 35-year-old, who was on his way to Lindau, tried to avoid the car in front of him, but hit the right side of the vehicle.
As the police broadcast went on to report, who then hit a second car, flipping his vehicle over and tossing it onto the construction site.
The driver had to be freed from his car with rescue scissors. Significant material damage was caused to this and the other two cars. Austrian and German aid organizations were deployed.
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