Porsche was traveling at more than 130 km/h when it hit an app driver

Porsche was traveling at more than 130 km/h when it hit an app driver
Porsche was traveling at more than 130 km/h when it hit an app driver
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During a statement to the Civil Police, Fernando Sastre de Andrade Filho, the driver of the Porsche that caused the accident, assumed that he was “a little above the speed limit, but not much” when he hit the other vehicle.

The expert consulted by the column explains that, in cases like this, the speed of the vehicle is essential for determining the driver’s responsibility, as it makes the accident inevitable for everyone involved.

“High speed greatly increases the severity of the accident, the reaction and stopping distance are much greater. Making the accident inevitable, it does not allow any reaction from the victim, who receives a load from behind, nor from the driver, who will have a greatly reduced reaction time.” To give you an idea, according to the software used to analyze the scene, the Porsche covered 3.66 m in just 0.1 second.

Who was the victim?

Ornaldo da Silva Viana was hit while working as an app driver Image: Reproduction/Facebook

Ornaldo da Silva Viana, 52 years old, who was working as an app driver at the time of the accident and died from multiple trauma, was born in Maranhão, but lived in Guarulhos, in greater São Paulo. He was known in the Soberana region for his friendliness.


The article is in Portuguese

Tags: Porsche traveling kmh hit app driver

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