Jaguar overtook and collided with VW Golf

The two drivers involved in a recent accident on the Königsteiner Straße were unable to agree on whether one had indicated or not.

The accident happened on Thursday, 9th January, 2014 at around 8pm.  A 34-year-old was driving her  VW Golf along the Königsteiner Straße towards the B455 and wanted to turn left into a small road leading to allotments.

The 52-year-old driver in a Jaguar behind went to overtake the Golf, which was slowing down, and collided with it.

According to police, their statements differed as to whether the 34-year-old had indicated that she was turning off the road.  The damage is estimated at around €5,000.

Driver seriously hurt and Stone Cross damaged

A 71-year-old from Frankfurt was driving along the Königsteiner Straße (K772) from the B455 heading towards Oberursel in her VW Golf on Sunday, 22nd September, 2013, when for some unknown reason she came off the road at the “Heidekrug” and headed into the ditch.

Here she collided with a statue on a sandstone plinth known as the “Signorino Cross”.  The force of the collision caused considerable damage to the cross and parts of the plinth hit a nearby parked car.

Both cars were damaged so much, that neither were able to be driven after the accident and the damage is estimated at €30,000.

The driver of the VW Golf was seriously injured and was taken to the hospital in Bad Homburg for treatment.  The fire brigade were called to deal with petrol which was leaking from her car.

Two injured on the Hohemarkstraße

Two people were slightly injured in an accident which took place on the Hohemarkstraße last Wednesday (30th January, 2013).

At the turning “Im Rosengärtchen” the 20-year-old driver of a VW Golf was too late in noticing that the car in front of her, a Toyota Yaris, had braked and drove into it.  The force of the collision shunted the Toyota into the Peogot in front of it.  The drivers of the Peugot and Toyota, both 22 years old, were slightly injured as a result.

The damage to the vehicles is estimated at €5,500.

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