Fourteen year old in a coma after the accident in Bono: none of the four friends rescued him

Fourteen year old in a coma after the accident in Bono: none of the four friends rescued him
Fourteen year old in a coma after the accident in Bono: none of the four friends rescued him

They had returned home as if nothing had happened, perhaps hoping not to be involved in the terrible car accident they had been involved in.

The first details emerge about the terrible accident that took place last night in Bono. It all started with the bravado of a 15-year-old: the underage, drunk, secretly took his father’s car and, picking up four peers, started running around at full speed through the streets of the town.

At 4 in the morning the accident: while the Volkswagen Golf was traveling along via Ciancilla, on the outskirts of the town, it skidded and overturned several times, ending its run against the wall of a house. Four of the five passengers got out of the car on their legs and walked away. The fifth, a 14-year-old who had hit his head violently, remained unconscious in the car.

He risked staying there, were it not for the report of a passer-by who saw the half-destroyed car and called for help. A 118-year-old ambulance arrived on the scene and urgently transported the fourteen-year-old to the San Francesco hospital in Nuoro, where he fell into a coma and was hospitalized in the intensive care unit.

The soldiers of the Radiomobile Nucleus also intervened, who immediately intercepted the escaped boys: three of them had hurriedly returned home, the fifteen-year-old who was driving was not far from the scene of the accident, in a state of confusion. Accompanied to the emergency room, he suffered minor injuries and bruises. For him, who tested positive for the alcohol test, the report was sent to the Prosecutor’s Office of Sassari.

(Unioneonline / D)

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