Your product was muddy on the ground and on the trucks involved in the incident
A person ran out of gas when he was driving his truck through the streets of the Saltillo downtown areaand ended up hitting a corn vendor.
The events occurred around 9:00 p.m. crossing of Mariano Abasolo and Francisco Zarco. As responsible, they point to the driver of a Ford truck, model 1984, black, with disabled person plates.
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It had been moving north on Abasolo street and, according to the crew member, it ran out of gasoline. Details that the truck turned off and was driving slowly downhillwhere the driver tried to join Francisco Zarco street.
However, could not make a full turn and the truck ended up in the parking lot of a convenience store, where there was a tricycle motorcycle, enabled for the sale of shelled corn from “El Memo”.
The blow that the motorcycle received made it turn and hit a truck that was also parked; It is a Honda, driven by a subject identified as Gerardo Martinez.
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The merchant was treated by Red Cross paramedics and taken to the General Hospitalwhile, his motorcycle was half overturned with the packets of creams and corn kernels on the floorand muddy on the trucks involved in the accident.
The accident will pass into the hands of the investigating agent of the Public Ministry