By Sally Underwood • 01 May 2021 • 16:47
80-Year-Old Man Injured in Motril Car Crash. Image: Wikimedia
The 80-year-old man was injured in the crash in Motril.
According to Spanish newspaper Ideal, the elderly man was injured in the crash.
Emergency services received reports of the accident after the 80-year-old crashed into a rail, leaving him injured.
Members of the Guardia Civil and health workers attended the scene before the man was transferred to a hospital in Motril.
According to sources, no other cars were involved in the crash.
The news comes after two police officers were injured in Fuengirola following a crash.
Two officers of the National Police suffered an accident during a chase that began in Marbella and ended in Fuengirola.
The officers reportedly only suffered minor injuries after they chased a vehicle at high speed.
The incident took place after a patrol detected several people at a gas station acting suspicously. Marbella officers while forces from other areas joined in, trying to cut them off.
First Local Police from Mijas and officers of the Guardia Civil helped, before officers from the National Police in Fuengirola prepared to intercept the suspicious vehicle.
According to sources, during the chase the police car skidded in the rain, causing the accident. There are currently no detainees and the investigation into the facts remains open. Only one of the suspects from the gas station in Marbella was identified.
The worst injured officer received several stitches on his forehead and a cracked knee. The two were taken to the nearest medical centre following the crash in Malaga.
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Sally Underwood is a former aide to several former cabinet members and now contributes her views on Parliament’s ever-changing shape in her column for the Euro Weekly News.
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