Updated 13:59, 11/11/2023
11/11/2023, 12:47 p.m
A car with four men crashed on Saturday morning in the Prague-Západ district. One ended up with serious injuries. Police are currently investigating whether the crew in the car were handcuffed.
Police officers, firefighters and rescuers had to deal with a serious accident at Kamenné Přívoz in the Central Bohemia region on Saturday morning around half past eleven. A Porsche with four men on board crashed on the road in the direction of Netvořice.
“This is a traffic accident involving one passenger car that crashed into a tree. Four people were handed over to the medical rescue service on the spot, and one of them had to be rescued using a hydraulic rescue device,” said fire department spokesman Tomáš Bakalář.
The paramedics treated the three injured. “Jeden has a severe head and brain injury, he was airlifted to one of the Prague hospitals. The second patient suffered a fractured pelvis and ribs and was taken to the Motol hospital, the third patient with an ear injury and abdominal pain is being taken by paramedics to Thomayer hospital,” described Monika Nováková, spokesperson for paramedics.
The police added that the driver was from 1995, the passengers were from 2002 and two from 1973. One of the passengers born in 1973 was the one who had to be transported to the hospital by helicopter. The alcohol test was negative.
According to Aktu.cz, the people in the car were not restrained. “As for the handcuffing of the people in the vehicle, it is the subject of further investigation. We cannot confirm or deny this with certainty,” said police spokeswoman Michaela Richterová for TN.cz.