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In front of the family – man crushed by car in McDonald’s drive-in

He just wanted to buy burgers and fries – and instead found death.

In Vancouver, Canada, a man was crushed by his car in the drive-through of a McDonald’s restaurant. Tragic: The victim’s family had to watch the death drama.

As several media reports unanimously, the family drove to a branch of the fast food giant in their Golf. When the unspecified man wanted to pay the bill, his bank card fell down. He leaned out of the car and tried to pick her up from the floor – then the accident happened.

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The victim’s car rolled forward, squeezing the man between the car frame and the burger fry wall. Rescue workers rushed over, but the Canadian died at the scene of the accident. In front of his family and McDonald’s employees.

Vancouver Police Department spokeswoman Tania Visintin said, “This is an incredibly heartbreaking scenario, our deepest condolences go out to the friends and relatives of the victim.”

Usually the police are called in accidents in which two cars crashed into each other. “But the fact that no other car was involved – that makes it a tragically crazy accident,” says Visintin. The witnesses of the accident are visibly shocked.

The accident occurred on Wednesday morning (September 8th) around 5:30 a.m. The man’s body was covered with a blue plastic sheet in front of the eyes of guests who wanted to have breakfast at McDonald’s. A tow truck took the gray Golf away. It is not known whether the clearly visible traces on the driver’s door come from the accident or from the fire brigade’s rescue equipment.

Experts should now clarify why the car had started rolling. Fast food chain cameras recorded the accident.

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