The young man tested positive for drugs. He is accused of vehicular homicide, serious and very serious injuries with the aggravating circumstance of having tested positive in toxicological tests
The 20-year-old, who was driving the car in which two people, aged 46 and 21, died last night in an accident in via Fosso dell’Osa in the suburbs, tested positive for drugs and was arrested. From Rome. The man, of Egyptian nationality, will have to answer for road homicide, serious and very serious injurieswith the aggravating circumstance of being a result positive in toxicological tests. According to the local police, he was also prosecuted for dangerous driving and transporting a greater number of people than permitted.
The accident occurred on Wednesday evening, around 9.30pm. For reasons still under investigation, a Smart Four lost control and ended up first against a tree and then against a parked vehicle. There were six people on board the vehicle, all men, of Egyptian nationality. The two victims were 46 and 21 years old. The other four were transported in code red to various Capitoline hospitals.