Evidence of evidence after the accident in Berlin
After a serious accident in Berlin, the driver is no longer investigated for attempted manslaughter. Three homeless men had been seriously injured, three passers-by had suffered minor injuries.
NAfter a serious accident at Berlin Zoo station with six injuries, the driver of an off-road vehicle is again at large. It is no longer being investigated for attempted manslaughter, a police spokesman said on Monday. However, the investigation into dangerous interference in road traffic continued.
The 24-year-old was arrested on Sunday morning after the accident, and was not injured. The driver had lost control of the off-road vehicle and had raced into a group of people. Three homeless men were seriously injured, three passers-by suffered minor injuries.
So far, there is no evidence that the driver wanted to flee the scene of the accident, said the police spokesman. There was also no evidence that he drove the car into the group with suicidal intent. A breath alcohol test on the 24-year-old had shown, according to information, about 0.7 per mille. The car was confiscated.
So far, there is no evidence of a possible political or religious motivation, it said.