A truck driver died of acute cardiac insufficiency to crash into a tree

In Hayama machi Kanagawa, a truck crashed into a tree beside the street around at 0:50 PM of 11/11/2012.
The truck driver (47) was sent to a hospital but he was confirmed to be dead.
Kanagawa prefectural police department presumes he died of acute cardiac insufficiency before the car crash. There was no brake mark left.





Camionista muore di grave insufficienza cardiaca e sbatte contro un albero

Nella città di Hayama, a Kanagawa, un camion ha sbattuto contro un albero sul ciglio della strada intorno alle 0:50 PM dell’ 11/11/2012.
L’autista (47) è stato mandato in ospedale ma è stato confermato il suo decesso.
Il dipartimento di polizia della prefettura di Kanagawa presume che sia morto di insufifcienza cardiaca prima dell’incidente. Non ha lasciato, infatti, tracce di frenata sull’asfalto.


Français :

Un conducteur de camion meurt d’insuffisance cardiaque aiguë au volant et son véhicule s’écrase contre un arbre

Le 11 novembre 2012 vers 12:50 à Hayama machi, dans Kanagawa, un camion s’est écrasé contre un arbre de bord de rue.
Son conducteur (47 ans) a été transporté à l’hôpital qui n’a pu qu’en confirmer la mort.
Le département préfectoral de la police à Kanagawa suppose qu’il est mort d’une insuffisance cardiaque aiguë avant l’accident. Il n’y a au aucune trace de freinage.


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November 2012