Two children injured – 24-year-old dies in head-on crash in Weinviertel

A tragic accident on the “old Brünnerstrasse” in the Mistelbach district (Lower Austria), which runs parallel to the A5, claimed one life and injured five people at the weekend – including a four-year-old child and an eleven-month-old baby.

Two cars collided head-on on the B7. For a 24-year-old driver from the Korneuburg district, any help came too late. The young man died from his injuries on the spot. His 23-year-old partner and their two children, aged four years and eleven months, were flown by emergency helicopter to the intensive care units of the Mistelbach, SMZ Ost and Vienna General Hospital with injuries, some of them serious. According to the latest information, the doctors are fighting desperately the lives – especially of the youngest car occupants. Emergency doctor on duty The 46-year-old driver of the other accident car with a Vienna license plate and his 37-year-old passenger also received emergency medical care and were then taken to hospital. The cause of the accident is under investigation.Thrown into a ditch. Due to the force of the collision, both vehicles were thrown into the ditch. Three emergency doctor helicopters and countless rescue workers were on duty. Update: FF peers on site for psychological help The terrible images were very stressful for the Florianis: According to the latest information, the very demanding operation was carried out by “FF peers” (the first point of contact for fire department members stressful missions, even before a psychologist can be called in) are then worked through together.
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