A taxi driver swerved out of traffic and died at Keleti railway station in Budapest. According to press reports, at least ten police cars arrived at the scene.
At least ten police cars arrived at the Keleti railway station shortly after 11:30 AM on Tuesday, Blikk writes. It is reported that a tragedy occurred at the scene: a taxi driver died. It is not yet known exactly what happened, but the driver is believed to have suffered a heart attack. It is believed that the man was driving when he fell ill, but managed to pull over. However, his life could not be saved.
The press officer of the Budapest Police Headquarters confirmed the death and said that it was not an accident. The driver’s death was probably caused by a heart attack.
Photos of the scene can be found in the article of Blikk.
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