Shortly before 4.30 pm, a girl crossed the Weierstrass, height Augustus Slicer, in Generic (municipality of Countering). According to a press release by the Dug police, a 75-year-old motorist did not see the pedestrian in time and caught her. The 8-year-old was slightly injured in the collision. The rescue service train brought the girl to the hospital for control.
Make yourself visible
At dawn and at night, the risk of accidents is three times higher than during the day. At nocturnal rain, snow or backlight, it rises to ten times. The Dug police recall suitable measures for good visibility of pedestrians and cyclists. Such as wear safety vest with reflective fabric. This makes them easier to recognize for the car drivers. Please note the following tips:
Wear light or reflective clothing or reflective tapes as pedestrians or on the bike.
Before leaving, check the lights on your car or bike.
Fog lights may only be switched on if the visibility is significantly reduced due to fog, snow or heavy rain.