Accidents in the Homburger Landstraße

Two accidents occured in the Homburger Landstraße on Thursday, 10th October, 2013.

The first was a at around 8am when a driver in the Lessingstraße wanted to turn left into the Homburger Landstraße in a Chrysler Jeep and overlooked a Daimler CLK coming from the right which had right-of-way.  The cars collided and the Jeep was shunted onto a Chrevrolet whilst the Daimler hit a Ford Mondeo.

The drivers of the Jeep, Daimler and Mondeo, along with a 15-year-old passenger in the Daimler were slightly hurt.  The road was closed for 1½ hours causing delays during the rush hour at around €12,750 of damage.

Around 10am a similar accident occured when the driver of an Opel Corsa went to turn out of the Geschwister-Scholl-Straße into the Homburger Landstraße and collided with a VW Lupo which had right-of-way.  The Lupo then hit a VW Golf on the other side of the road.  The damage to the cars is esitmated at €4,500.

Car flipped over on the Kanonenstraße

A 19-year-old driver had a lucky escape on the Kanonenstraße (L3004) on Monday morning, 19th August, 2013.

The man from Schmitten lost control of his Opel Corsa in one of the curves and slid 15m through the roadside ditch before the car flipped over.

The damage is estimated at €1,500 but the driver remained unhurt.

Learner driver went the wrong way

An 18-year-old learner driver was travelling the Berliner Straße on Monday, 6th May, 2013, in an Opel Corsa, heading towards the Nassauer Straße, when he oversaw the one-way-sign at the Freiligrathstraße.

He realised his mistake when he saw cars coming towards him and steered the car to the right.

Unfortunately in doing so he hit the railings between the road and the U-Bahn tracks, causing €750 of damage.  The car had to be towed away.

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