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May 8, 2021

New developments in Hexi Pharma case: Condrea’s car had no technical problems

The technical analysis of Dan Condrea’s car has been finalised and it shows the auto vehicle had no problems before the crash in which Hexi Pharma’s owner lost his life. The statement was made on Thursday morning by General Prosecutor Augustin Lazar, present at the main offices of the Supreme Council of Magistrates (CSM).

He pointed out that the technical analysis “will be corroborated with other pieces of evidence too,” after which “a result can be offered in what concerns the circumstances: whether it was suicide or whether it was an accident.”

“The technical analysis report shows that the steering and braking problems were subsequent [to the crash]. In several days’ time, probably at the start of next week, the result will be issued by prosecutors,” the Prosecutor General announced.

Augustin Lazar had announced 10 days ago that we will find out this month whether Dan Condrea (photo) died in an accident or committed suicide.

Investigators handling the case ruled out the murder hypothesis.

At the same time, Lazar said on Thursday that the damage in the Hexi Pharma diluted disinfectants case has reached RON 70 M after 280 hospitals joined in as civil parties.

“The criminal investigation in this case has moved forward and we are able to say that about 280 hospitals have joined the case as civil parties. The damage is currently set at RON 70 M. We’ll see how a section of the case will be defined for settlement in a reasonable time, most likely sometime this autumn,” said Lazar according to Agerpres.

Hexi Pharma owner Dan Condrea died on May 22, after he crashed his car in a tree between the Corbeanca and Buftea localities. Condrea was under investigation in the case concerning the diluted disinfectants that his company had been selling to hospitals.

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