Car with Romanians hits one of U2’s official cars in Zagreb

A car registered in Brasov hit on Sunday, in Zagreb, one of the official cars of U2 band, which has two concerts scheduled on August 9 and 10 in the Croatian capital, the online edition of the daily Jutarnji informs, quoted by Mediafax. The driver of the Romanian car, a Volkswagen, did not observe the red colour of the traffic lights, according to the quoted daily. On another hand, the Romanian passengers say that the car of U2 formation, a class E Mercedes, was running at a very high speed. Further to the accident, both drivers were slightly injured.

The Croatian daily also wrote that further to the accident there were material damages. According to some sources, the driver of the Mercedes was rushing to the airport from Pleso, wherefrom he had to collect the members of U2 band. Contacted by Mediafax, the Romanian consulate to Zagreb stressed that they had not been informed by the Police about this accident, but they would make investigations to see what happened. Currently, U2 formation is embarked on the world tour “360 degrees,” which debuted on June 30 in Barcelona, for the promotion of the album “No Line on the Horizon.”

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