An autopsy has confirmed that a 17-year-old youth who crashed his father’s vehicle at high speed during a car chase on the country’s D1 highway in March, was not on drugs or alcohol, tn.cz reports. The news was confirmed by the police spokeswoman for the Vysočina region, Dana Čírtková. The motorist, who had taken the car without telling his father, crashed into slower vehicles trying to evade the police. He caused a several car pile-up: two vehicles caught fire, nine people were injured – one of them seriously; while he himself did not survive. The police had stopped traffic ahead at Velký Beranov in order to try and get the driver to stop. The General Inspection of the Security Forces is investigating whether officers, in the incident, proceeded accordingly.
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