Havrie happened in the grounds of the Zlnsk Zoo on August 14 around 4:15 p.m. In one of the stops, the train skidded and the last two wagons crashed into two entrants.
The driver of the five-wheeled vehicle between the individual entrances and pavilions crashed into two pedestrians because he probably did not adjust the speed of the vehicle when passing through the intersection, Monika Kozumplkov, the Polish police officer, described the incident.
The breath test for alcohol on the 11-year-old victim of the small tractor with these pvs was negative.
The people the wagons ran into suffered minor injuries, one of them died in the hospital.
We transported a man, born in 1987, with an injured lower limb to the first ambulance, Jakub Omelka confirmed after the incident.
About ten people were sitting in the wolf for a while. None of them were injured.
In the course of the search, however, it became clear that a child had suddenly fallen out of the head of the train.
Therefore, we are looking for the parents of this child, as well as persons who could testify to explain this traffic accident, said Kozumplkov.
If you were traveling in the aforementioned wolf during the incriminated period, or if you can provide information on the identity of the child, who should have fallen out of the wolf, please call the police’s police hotline 158, she said.
This is not the only accident involving a small wolf in Zlnsk Zoo. In 2016, the last wagon overturned while driving downhill. At that time, a 62-year-old woman suffered severe leg injuries and five other people were slightly injured, including children aged one to seven years. They took off with their valuables and trinkets.
At the time, the police qualified the attack as a general threat with a penalty of two and eight years. The court gave him a suspended sentence when he did not accept his claim that a child ran into his path.