A vehicle with eight occupants falls from a cliff 12 meters Grenade escaping the police


A vehicle with eight occupants traveling inside fell approximately 12 meters into a cliff this morning, Sunday June 5. The driver had tried to escape from a Guardia Civil control in the Granada municipality of Velez de Benaudalla.

Guardia Civil sources have confirmed European press that the car fled at 07:45 after skipping a routine check at Km0 of the GR-14 motorway. In the aftermath, the driver ended up losing control of the vehicle and it left the road, according to theopinionofmalaga.es.

The vehicle left the road accelerating along the GR-4133 road where it crossed the town of Velez de Benaudalla and ended up falling from a fall of about 12 meters in height. The eight occupants of the accident vehicle had to be transferred to the Santa Ana Hospital in Motril for treatment, but none of them had a serious prognosis.

An investigation has been opened by the Guardia Civil into the 18-year-old driver, an 18-year-old, who allegedly did not have a driving license to drive the vehicle.


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