A very large Ukrainian family was driving in a car with 23 of its members before being checked by the police, stunned
Law enforcement must have had their hands down when they discovered that 23 people were crammed into a car that could hold 7 passengers. The scene takes place on the border between Germany and Switzerland, and the family comes fromUkraine.
The police who searched the vehicle couldn’t believe their eyes. Although the car was designed to accommodate many people, it must be said that the owner of the minivan somewhat exaggerated. Admit that it is confusing to come across 23 people in a vehicle planned for three times less. The passengers got out one by one, for several seconds.
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The vehicle was a Seat Alhambra. Arrested at customs between Germany and Switzerland, she obviously had trouble with the law. Hold on tight, no less than 14 children and 9 adults were on board! Of course, the police had never seen this.
This “extended” family was fleeing the war in Ukraine and trying to reach Switzerland via Poland. After spending the holidays in their home country, they had headed for a more peaceful land. But at the Weil am Rhein border crossing in Baden-Württemberg, in the far south-west of Germany, they were picked up by the patrol.
In such conditions, it was difficult to be discreet. Installed in the co-pilot’s front seat, two children were sitting on the lap of an adult. This is what caught the attention of the police, even though the windows had been obscured by clothing.
A German police spokesman told the media that an accident under these conditions would have been tragic: ” We always think the worst in these cases. People were so tight in the car that seat belts and airbags would have had no impact. »
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