She will probably have to hand in her driver’s license soon. A 91-year-old caused a large number of accidents over a distance of about ten kilometers in Mühlviertel (Upper Austria) on Monday. Fortunately, no one was injured and the elderly lady claimed not to have noticed the incidents.
A 91-year-old driver from the Linz-Land district was driving her car on Monday. She drove from Sonnberg im Mühlkreis to Bad Leonfelden and not entirely without accidents. At around 11.15 am she drove on the B 126 in the municipality of Sonnberg/M., left the road to the right and damaged a guide post. As she turned back onto the road, she was hit by another traffic jam.
Problems also in Zwettl
In the municipality of Zwettl an der Rodl he veered off the left side of the road again and damaged another guide post. When she turned back on the road, she crossed the entire street and ended up in a traffic jam again. She then continued her journey and veered off the road to the right in the municipality of Zwettl and damaged a guide post and the guard rail installed there. The driver continued her journey without stopping and continued towards Bad Leonfelden.
In the urban area of Bad Leonfelden, the 91-year-old’s right front tire of her car ended up hitting the edge of a sidewalk, damaging the tire and bringing the vehicle to a halt. The driver could not provide any information about the accident. She has been reported for several violations of traffic rules in the BH Urfahr area.
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