Car accidents involving drunk police

July 29, 1999 - A police car crashed into another parked police car at Bajkalská street in Bratislava. A Police officer from Nitra whose blood alcohol level was 1.62 was at the wheel.
September 24, 1999 - A police car crashed into and killed a 15-year-old cyclist in Nová Bošáca. Three policemen who were in the vehicle ran from the scene. The driver later explained that he thought he had hit a deer. The morning after the accident his blood alcohol level was 0.9.

July 29, 1999 - A police car crashed into another parked police car at Bajkalská street in Bratislava. A Police officer from Nitra whose blood alcohol level was 1.62 was at the wheel.

September 24, 1999 - A police car crashed into and killed a 15-year-old cyclist in Nová Bošáca. Three policemen who were in the vehicle ran from the scene. The driver later explained that he thought he had hit a deer. The morning after the accident his blood alcohol level was 0.9.

April 4, 2000 - The head of Trenčín regional police, Major Jozef M. caused an accident which resulted in two deaths. Two other people suffered serious injuries, the policeman suffered minor injuries. Jozef M.'s blood alcohol level was 1.35. This was the second tragic accident caused by the drunk policeman. In a separate incident two girls were seriously injured.

August 11, 2001 - The head of Žilina city police, Gustáv V. hit two cyclists near the Slnečné skaly camping site. Both cyclist suffered injuries; one serious, the other minor. Gustáv V.'s blood alcohol level was a record 2.58.

January 6, 2002 - The district police head P.K. from Kolárov, who had 1.33 blood alcohol level, hit a cyclist who died at the scene.

January 7, 2002 - The vice-head of Trenčín district police, Alexander Š. hit 28 year old mother Zuzana A. and her a baby boy. Both died; the baby at the scene, mother one day later. The policeman's blood alcohol level was 1.23.

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