Serious accident of traffic in the AP-7 in Marbella on the afternoon of this Friday in which, according to the first information, two people have died and there are others four wounds, one of them in serious condition. The accident occurred around 2:15 p.m., at kilometer 191 of the aforementioned motorway in the direction of Malaga capital, as reported by the 112 Andalucía Emergency service, which has received the alert call from other drivers.
For reasons that are still unknown, the truck has hit two cars who were standing on the shoulder and then has fallen down an embankment. According to a spokesperson for the Malaga Traffic Management Center, there are two deaths and four injuries, one seriously, who had to be evacuated to a hospital by a 061 helicopter.
According to the sources consulted, the two fatalities were traveling in the first of the cars, along with three other people, who according to some witnesses was on the shoulder because it had suffered a breakdown. As for the seriously injured, he would go in the second vehicle.
The health services, members of the Traffic Civil Guard and Marbella firefighters have traveled to the scene of the events.
As a result of the accident, which coincides with the second operation out of the summer, the right lane of the motorway had to be cut, which is causing traffic jams. According to Traffic sources, there are at least six kilometers of retentions.
The last traffic accident in Malaga
It should be remembered that a couple of weeks ago, on June 29, two young people lost their lives in another traffic accident. The accident took place around six in the morning, on the A-355 road in Coín, between a truck and a car that collided head-on.
As a result of the collision, the two occupants of the car, two friends aged 24 and 26, died. The carrier was also injured, for which he needed to be hospitalized.
One of the fatalities had been 26 years old eight days ago. She had already been living and working in a sports store in Germany for some time, specifically in the city of cleves, located in the Düsseldorf region -on the border with the Netherlands-. Although he was of Moroccan origin, he lived in the Guadalhorce Valley with his relatives before moving to the German country, so he traveled sporadically to visit them, as this newspaper learned.
After the first warnings, the presence of an ambulance and the health professionals of the 061, members of the Local Police, the Civil Guard and the Provincial Firefighters Consortium (CPB), who were required to extinguish the flames of the fire that broke out in the truck and free two people who had been trapped in the vehicles after the crash.