The sentence of three years and three months in prison for running over and killing a cyclist is confirmed

The events occurred in December 2017 when the condemned man ran over a 32-year-old cyclist from Barrado (Cáceres).

In a first instance, the Criminal Court No. 1 of Plasencia sentenced to three years and three months in prison for a crime of homicide for serious imprudence, condemn that now hThe Provincial Court of Cáceres has confirmed.

The accident occurred in the EX213 road towards Cabrero in a section limited to 70 km / h. The driver who was going 90 km / h He took a curve and when he left it, he left the right lane.

 To avoid hitting the metal barrier and the concrete curb that was on the shoulder, he gave a flying blow colliding with the cyclist who left projected against a rocky slope, causing his death immediately

As reported  elperiodicoextremadura, in the car, it has been proven that the accident was caused by being under the influence of toxic drugs, narcotic drugs or psychotropic substances, as confirmed in the analyzes carried out by the Civil Guard after the fatal accident

The driver indicates the failure, at first refused to ask them. He tested positive for alcohol, cocaine, and amphetamines.

The events occurred on 20 December 2017 when the condemned man ran over Enrique Paniagua Alonso, 32-year-old cyclist natural of Barrado (Cáceres).

One year after the accident (before the trial was held) the accused started a detoxification treatmentn at the Extremeño Drug Dependency Center (Cedex).

Now the sentence of three years and three months in prison for a crime of homicide for serious recklessness, has been confirmed by the Provincial Court of Cáceres.

Furthermore, in concept of rcivil liability, must pay the parents and sister of the deceased 173.483 euros (The company and the condemned have already paid their corresponding part)

The accused appealed the first instance judgment alleging an error in the evaluation of the evidence, although finally the Hearing has rejected it.

 

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