Off-duty Guardia Civil officer arrested after allegedly driving drunk and causing Torremolinos crash

Virgen de la Victoria University Hospital Virgen de la Victoria University Hospital Wikimedia

AN OFF-DUTY Guardia Civil officer has been arrested after allegedly causing the Torremolinos crash which has claimed the lives of 3 people.

According to reports he was detained after testing positive for alcohol and drugs and is due to appear before a judge on Thursday (June 29).

The officer was driving one of the cars involved in the deadly accident.

Three people remain in hospital, one is in serious but stable condition while the other two are being treated for several injuries including broken bones at the Virgen de la Victoria University Hospital.

Comments (3)

  1. David Kerswill

I thought that they are supposed to uphold the law
Not break it
How can you trust them after this

 
  1. bouj

sobering, and not just tragic, no parent should EVER bury their own child. One only hopes the courtroom castigates him heavily for this horrific recklessness which led to a fatally nightmarish outcome. My thoughts and prayers are with the family...

sobering, and not just tragic, no parent should EVER bury their own child. One only hopes the courtroom castigates him heavily for this horrific recklessness which led to a fatally nightmarish outcome. My thoughts and prayers are with the family and friends.

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  1. Porky Pig

You can always trust the Spanish police to do their job in keeping the public safe !!

 
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