In a multi-storey car park at Munich Airport, a woman drives her Toyota into a steel girder. This results in a total loss. The police determined that the uninjured driver had a breath alcohol level of 3.3 per mille.
With more than three per mille, a driver crashed her Toyota in a parking garage at Munich Airport on Monday. The woman rammed a steel beam, the police said.
The 55-year-old from the Dachau district was reportedly unharmed, but her car was totaled. Police officers took her driver’s license after a breath alcohol test showed 3.3 per thousand. Investigators ordered a blood draw to find out the exact value.
In addition, the woman is now being investigated – among other things because of endangering road traffic.
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The original of this article “Female driver crashes into steel girders with 3.3 per mille – total loss” comes from the evening newspaper.