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‘Collision Pinkpop should an accident have been’, says father of accused

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The father of the 34-year-old man from Heerlen that Monday morning rammed a group Pinkpopgangers believes that it was an accident. “I can only imagine’, says the man at the Telegraph.

“My son works in Amsterdam’, the man says to the Dutch newspaper De Telegraaf. “He went this morning, very early, a colleague. Then the incident happened.’

“My son works as podiumbouwer,” says the father. “That he does in Amsterdam. No, he used no alcohol or drugs. There is nothing unusual to him. He must be in a panic when he left. It was an accident, something else I can’t think of.”

The father has with his son spoken of. “I know nothing, I wait on message from the police. There would be fast news. I only know that he himself to the police in Amsterdam has been reported.’

The police reported Monday afternoon that the van that the collision happened, and later found it was in a neighbourhood in Heerlen. The vehicle has now been towed away. The police carried out the research.

In the collision, in the night from Sunday to Monday was a volunteer of this event to life and got three other people seriously wounded. The driver was arrested in Amsterdam.

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