The Civil Guard has opened an investigation into an intercity bus driver from the Community of Madrid for using two mobile phones while traveling on the A-6 motorway on a journey carrying 45 people.
The events occurred on March 6, when several travelers observed the 41-year-old driver, who was making the line between the municipality of Morazarzal and the Moncloa interchange, handling two mobiles with both hands in full gear on the highway, according to reports. informed this Wednesday the Madrid Command of the Civil Guard.
Some witnesses took pictures of the reckless action, which allowed the Traffic Civil Guard to open an investigation and carry out the first investigations.
According to them, the driver was a 41-year-old Spanish woman who had traveled 13 kilometers while using two mobile phones and letting go of the steering wheel of the bus.
The investigator came to take several photographs during the journey.
In addition, the surveillance cameras of the General Directorate of Traffic (DGT) verified that at that time there was a large influx of vehicles on the road and that visibility was low as a result of the fog.
The agents attribute to the woman a crime of reckless driving.