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It was a little boy and his father from the local area, who Friday afternoon lost his life on the Bovvej by Toftlund in southern denmark.
It has the south and South - Jutland Police is now given the assurance, like a mother and a wife to the deceased has been the unbearable message of the members of his family.
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Of so far unknown reasons, swerved the car with the only six-year-old boy and his 35-year-old father over into the opposite lane, where it ran head-on with a truck.
A simple cross and flowers testified about the tragedy on Bovvej, where a six-year and his father on Friday lost their lives. Photo: Anders Brohus
According to police, there was talk about an accident, which has been studied by several authorities. You are now awaiting the outcome of the investigation.
- We have made our own studies out there, and then we should hear the result of the bilinspektørens study, says Ole Aamann to Ekstra Bladet.
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Father and son lost their lives on the Bovvej by Toftlund. Photo: Press-photos.dk/Ritzau Scanpix
the conditions were according to the police is not distinctly bad, and the road section where the tragic accident occurred, is absolutely right.
Yesterday's vagtchef considered, therefore, that the father behind the wheel has been distracted by something.
the lorry driver was not injured, but according to police shocked.
Routinely taken blood samples from the deceased father.
the Accident occurred about o'clock, 17.00
Photo: Anders Brohus