Traffic accident now appears to be a deliberate attempt on woman’s life

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Local Police investigated the accident
Local Police investigated the accident Credit: Local Police Twitter

LAST Sunday afternoon (October 18) there was what initially appeared to be an accident on the streets of Palma when two women were struck by a Peugeot 307 as they were crossing the road on a pedestrian crossing.

Neither was seriously injured but both were taken to hospital for treatment whilst Local Police officers breathalysed the driver and then discovered that not only was he the former husband of one of the women but he was also under a restraining order from contacting her.

Her daughter has now told police that this was not the first time that her former partner a 47-year old Paraguayan had tried to run her over and he is currently in police custody as an investigation concerning gender violence continues.

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Married to Ophelia in Gibraltar in 1978, John has spent much of his life travelling on security print and minting business and visited every continent except Antarctica.

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