Monterrey, Nuevo León.- After crashing his car into a concrete pole and leaving his companion pressed, a man in suspected drunkenness fell asleep over the asphalt folder on the side of his vehicle, this morning on Alfonso Reyes Avenue, in Monterrey.
Civil Protection rescuers, as well as elements of Urban Rescue of the Red Cross, carried out the efforts to free the woman who was pressed in the seat next to the driver, while the perpetrator remained suddenly asleep on the side of the driver.
The accident was recorded around 2:30 a.m. at the junction of this avenue and Ruiz Cortines, at the height of Colonia Del Prado.
Walter Oyervides Dávalos, 27, was driving a malibu car in white and after an apparent back-to-hand drive the vehicle climbed to the sidewalk and hit the base of the concrete pole head-on.
After the mishaps, Civil Protection elements arrived at the site to remove the driver, who once outside the vehicle lay on the asphalt folder to continue sleeping.
Meanwhile, the rescuers were trying to free the unconscious woman pressed with both legs against the car dashboard.
Later came elements of the Urban Rescue of the Red Cross, who with the help of the so-called jaws of life, managed to remove the woman from among the twisted irons of the car.
The injured person had possible fractures to both legs, as well as multiple blows to the face and head, so he was rushed to the University Hospital.
A man in presumed drunkenness fell asleep on the pavement/Photo:Reform
Meanwhile, Oyervides Dávalos, who had only minor blows, refused to wake up to the insistence of Transit elements speaking to him to react.
After a few minutes, the uniforms finally got him on the patrol to take him to perform the law rule.
Still sleepy and ignorant of the facts the driver got on the patrol side where he again lay back on the seat to stay asleep.
Original source in Spanish