Croatian Hit by Bulgarian Driver in Sofia, Dies
A Croatian national was killed and five more people were injured in a heavy crash in Sofia on Sunday morning.
The traffic accident was caused by an overspeeding BMW, which hurled itself into the opposite lane of boulevard "Brussels" and landed on a KIA.
The driver of the KIA, a 38-year-old Croatian national, died upon impact.
Police says the 20-year-old driver that caused the crash was driving at more than 200 kilometers per hour.
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Please accept my excuse for writing on croatian, but I'm sure the most of bulgarian people will understood.
Poginuli Hrvat je moj susjed, vrata do mojih, veliki prijatelj i dobroДЌinitelj Goran HegeduЕЎ iz Zagreba. Otac 4 djece.
Ante, ne brini - to je, naЕѕalost, na nama....
-son or relative of politician
-son or relative of senior administrator
-son or daughter of "someone" in the Police
-son or daughter of someone who had "property restituted"
-son or daughter of some ex/current-communist party member
there are so many 20'something both men and women driving expensive mercedes and bmw's they do not even turn heads anymore.. to turn heads now you need a Lamborghini or something similar..
Name of the man is Goran H. He lived in Zagreb, was married for Bulgarian, had one small child.
He had his own company, was in well known in croatian construction bussines.
This is a big tragedy. We can't believe that this young man, full of energy is not with us any more.
Could also be the following:
~Mafiosi with business ties (Mutri), like an oligarch
Regardless of the vehicle involved, it seems silly that these accidents would become big news in BG despite its high frequency: there has to be a stricter regime to screen people when testing drivers, and education for this test should emphasize safety (some questions to know before educators prepare a new curriculum: what types of people are getting into crashes? Is alcohol involved? Are people speeding and/or ignoring signs like speed limits? Others...)
Time for a collective re-education of the motoring public!
I'm from Split, Croatia and I have a cousin that lives near Sofia. He is between 36 and 38 years old, and this article makes me really worried.
Can somebody help me with finding some more information about this accident.
I need to know the name of the croatian driver.