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January 28, 2023

General Prosecution Service to probe deadly car crash whose supposed victim is Hexi Pharma owner Condrea

The General Prosecution Office will starting investigating a car accident that allegedly killed owner of drug maker Hexi Pharma Dan Condrea, judicial sources told Agerpres.

A prosecutor of the Buftea commune where the accident happened on Sunday evening performed in the same night a forensic examination at the scene and investigators collected evidence. The case will be handled by the same prosecutor who investigates a case of diluted hospital disinfectants in which Hexi Pharma was indicted.

According to eyewitness testimony, the car allegedly driven by Condrea was running at 150 kilometers per hour, from Corbeanca to Buftea; the driver seems to have lost control of the car, which slammed into a tree. Police didn’t find traces of braking on the road, said Claudia Burada, spokesperson of the Ilfov County Police Inspectorate.

Police heard Sunday night two witnesses to the crash, and the car involved in the accident was sealed to be subjected to an accident reconstruction, said Burada.

“We are considering all hypotheses. The car was sealed. The victim is a male aged 39, according to the documents found outside the car. We cannot confirm his identity, a DNA test will be performed. The driver was already dead when police arrived at the scene. A woman came to identify him. There are two witnesses, a bicyclist and a motorist, who was outsped by the victim. (…) The accident was reported at 18:47 hrs. The reconstruction will determine the speed it had before the crash and any other detail that could lead to the cause of the accident. We are also considering it a car crash suicide,” said the police official.

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