April 13, 2024

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They blame the driver of the car in which the five Argentines died

They blame the driver of the car in which the five Argentines died

From three days Five Argentines and one Mexican died in the accident The State Attorney General's Office released expert opinion results this Wednesday on the route connecting Tulum and Playa del Carmen in Mexico. At the end of the work, they revealed what factors influenced the fatal accident They accused the driver of the vehicle in which the Argentines were traveling.

“A comment on field crime and traffic incidents concludes it The driver of the vehicle is responsible for the accident. Suzuki Ertiga, in which seven Argentines were traveling,” the prosecutor's office said in a statement. He pointed to Maximiliano Nicolás Laviano, one of the Argentines who died after the accident.

It is clear from the results that bad weather, lack of caution and excessive speed contributed to the accident.

In this regard, the rainy weather that day “made it necessary to drive with extreme caution and moderate speed,” the report said.

accident This happened last February 18 at 1:00 PM. (Mexican time, 15 in Argentina) on the Tulum-Playa del Carmen segment, it came out as a tie. Six people died and two were injured.

The Nissan vehicles involved in the accident were driven by Freddy Omar Quijano Carrillo, 32, of Quintana Roo, owned by eTransfer; The other unit was led by Suzuki Laviano, 25 years old, Argentinian. Both drivers died.

The injured were Yamil Lucas Figalo, 25, in stable condition, and Michaela Pipe Menger, 23, in critical condition.

An account of the accident in Mexico

According to the study, “Unwarned” by Maximiliano Nicolás Laviano of Argentina, “Driver responsible for accident.” The Quintana Roo Prosecutor's Office explained that Laviano “Not considering road conditions“Due to weather conditions, they are wet pavement” and do not comply with the permitted speed limit, which is 60 kilometers per hour in that area.

Maximiliano Laviano was the driver of the vehicle that lost control.

His extreme speed “caused him to lose control of his direction and veer into the opposite direction of traffic, Hit the Nissan brand vehiclereptile type,” the prosecutor's office added.

Laviano was driving a Suzuki Ertiga from south to north on the Tulum-Playa del Carmen highway from Belize. The unit lost control while exiting a curve And the left front wheel hit the pavement of the center median of the road. This fact caused the vehicle to spin in the air and occupy the opposite lane, impacting a Nissan Urvan type unit coming from the opposite direction.

The State Attorney General's Office is coordinating with the Argentine Consulate in the process of delivering the bodies of its dead comrades, four of which are in the process of resolution and one is pending transfer to Uruguay where their relatives live.