The car driver survived, the police are now investigating the course of the accident, according to the Carabinieri regional command.

The car driver survived, the police are now investigating the course of the accident, according to the Carabinieri regional command.

The car drove into the group around 1 a.m. near Bruneck. The police assume an accident.

According to the fire department, eleven people were injured, some seriously. They came to hospitals in the region. The car driver survived, the police are now investigating the course of the accident, according to the Carabinieri regional command.

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Driver probably very drunk

According to media reports, the driver was probably drunk. According to initial information, the 28-year-old local from Kiens had a very high alcohol content in his blood, reported the Italian news agency Ansa on Sunday morning. The tour group was on the main street of the village that night.

According to the information, the victims have yet to be identified. It was still unclear where in Germany they came. In the group of Germans not everyone knew each other and not everyone had documents with him, the police said. The Foreign Office in Berlin initially did not comment on the incident when asked.

160 rescue workers on duty

The broadcaster Rai Südtirol reported that the vehicle had raced into a group of 17 people in Luttach in Ahrntal. Six of them died at the scene of the accident. According to the report, 160 emergency services were deployed. There should be a press conference in the place in the morning.

The area is located in Italy on the Austrian border and is known as a skiing and winter sports area. Just last weekend, three Germans were killed in an avalanche accident in South Tyrol.

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A car drove into a tour group in South Tyrol and fatally injured six people. It is assumed that the victims come from Germany, a police spokesman from Bolzano told the German press agency on Sunday. The car drove into the group around 1 a.m. near Bruneck. The police assume an accident.

According to the fire department, eleven people were injured, some seriously. They came to hospitals in the region. The car driver survived, the police are now investigating the course of the accident, according to the Carabinieri regional command.

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Driver probably very drunk

The driver was probably drunk, according to media reports. According to initial information, the 28-year-old local from Kiens had a very high alcohol content in his blood, reported the Italian news agency Ansa on Sunday morning.i need help me The tour group was on the main street of the village that night.

According to the information, the victims have yet to be identified. It was still unclear where in Germany they came from. In the group of Germans, not everyone knew each other and not everyone had documents with him, the police said. The Foreign Office in Berlin initially did not comment on the incident.

160 rescue workers on duty

The broadcaster Rai Südtirol reported that the vehicle had raced into a group of 17 people in Luttach in Ahrntal. Six of them died at the scene of the accident. According to the report, 160 emergency services were deployed. There should be a press conference in the place in the morning.

The area is located in Italy on the Austrian border and is known as a skiing and winter sports area. Just last weekend, three Germans were killed in an avalanche accident in South Tyrol.

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A car drove into a tour group in South Tyrol and fatally injured six people. It is assumed that the victims come from Germany, a police spokesman from Bolzano told the German press agency on Sunday. The car drove into the group around 1 a.m. near Bruneck. The police assume an accident.

According to the fire department, eleven people were injured, some seriously. They came to hospitals in the region. The car driver survived, the police are now investigating the course of the accident, according to the Carabinieri regional command.

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Driver probably very drunk

According to media reports, the driver was probably drunk. According to initial information, the 28-year-old local from Kiens had a very high alcohol content in his blood, reported the Italian news agency Ansa on Sunday morning. The tour group had been on the main street of the village that night.

According to the information, the victims have yet to be identified. It was still unclear where in Germany they came. In the group of Germans not everyone knew each other and not everyone had documents with him, the police said. The Foreign Office in Berlin initially did not comment on the incident.

160 rescue workers on duty

The broadcaster Rai Südtirol reported that the vehicle had raced into a group of 17 people in Luttach in Ahrntal. Six of them died at the scene of the accident. According to the report, 160 emergency services were deployed. There should be a press conference in the place in the morning.

The area is located in Italy on the Austrian border and is known as a skiing and winter sports area. Just last weekend, three Germans were killed in an avalanche accident in South Tyrol.

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A car drove into a tour group in South Tyrol and fatally injured six people. It is assumed that the victims come from Germany, a police spokesman from Bolzano told the German press agency on Sunday. The car drove into the group around 1 a.m. near Bruneck. The police assume an accident.

According to the fire department, eleven people were injured, some seriously. They came to hospitals in the region. The car driver survived, the police are now investigating the course of the accident, according to the Carabinieri regional command.

© APA

Driver probably very drunk

According to media reports, the driver was probably drunk. According to initial information, the 28-year-old local from Kiens had a very high alcohol content in his blood, reported the Italian news agency Ansa on Sunday morning. The tour group had been on the main street of the village that night.

According to the information, the victims have yet to be identified. It was still unclear where in Germany they came. In the group of Germans not everyone knew each other and not everyone had documents with him, the police said. The Foreign Office in Berlin initially did not comment on the incident.

160 rescue workers on duty

The broadcaster Rai Südtirol reported that the vehicle had raced into a group of 17 people in Luttach in Ahrntal. Six of them died at the scene of the accident. According to the report, 160 emergency services were deployed. There should be a press conference in the place in the morning.

The area is located in Italy on the Austrian border and is known as a skiing and winter sports area. Just last weekend, three Germans were killed in an avalanche accident in South Tyrol.

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A car drove into a tour group in South Tyrol and fatally injured six people. It is assumed that the victims come from Germany, a police spokesman from Bolzano told the German press agency on Sunday. The car drove into the group around 1 a.m. near Bruneck. The police assume an accident.

According to the fire department, eleven people were injured, some seriously. They came to hospitals in the region. The car driver survived, the police are now investigating the course of the accident, according to the Carabinieri regional command.

© APA

Driver probably very drunk

According to media reports, the driver was probably drunk. According to initial information, the 28-year-old local from Kiens had a very high alcohol content in his blood, reported the Italian news agency Ansa on Sunday morning. The tour group had been on the main street of the village that night.

According to the information, the victims have yet to be identified. It was still unclear where in Germany they came. In the group of Germans not everyone knew each other and not everyone had documents with him, the police said. The Foreign Office in Berlin initially did not comment on the incident when asked.

160 rescue workers on duty

The broadcaster Rai Südtirol reported that the vehicle had raced into a group of 17 people in Luttach in Ahrntal. Six of them died at the scene of the accident. According to the report, 160 emergency services were deployed. There should be a press conference in the place in the morning.

The area is located in Italy on the Austrian border and is known as a skiing and winter sports area. Just last weekend, three Germans were killed in an avalanche accident in South Tyrol.

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A car drove into a tour group in South Tyrol and fatally injured six people. It is assumed that the victims come from Germany, a police spokesman from Bolzano told the German press agency on Sunday. The car drove into the group around 1 a.m. near Bruneck. The police assume an accident.

According to the fire department, eleven people were injured, some seriously. They came to hospitals in the region. The car driver survived, the police are now investigating the course of the accident, according to the Carabinieri regional command.

© APA

Driver probably very drunk

According to media reports, the driver was probably drunk. According to initial information, the 28-year-old local from Kiens had a very high alcohol content in his blood, reported the Italian news agency Ansa on Sunday morning. The tour group had been on the main street of the village that night.

According to the information, the victims have yet to be identified. It was still unclear where in Germany they came. In the group of Germans not everyone knew each other and not everyone had documents with him, the police said. The Foreign Office in Berlin initially did not comment on the incident when asked.

160 rescue workers on duty

The broadcaster Rai Südtirol reported that the vehicle had raced into a group of 17 people in Luttach in Ahrntal. Six of them died at the scene of the accident. According to the report, 160 emergency services were deployed. There should be a press conference in the place in the morning.

The area is located in Italy on the Austrian border and is known as a skiing and winter sports area. Just last weekend, three Germans were killed in an avalanche accident in South Tyrol.

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A car drove into a tour group in South Tyrol and fatally injured six people. It is assumed that the victims come from Germany, a police spokesman from Bolzano told the German press agency on Sunday. The car drove into the group around 1 a.m. near Bruneck. The police assume an accident.

According to the fire department, eleven people were injured, some seriously. They came to hospitals in the region. The car driver survived, the police are now investigating the course of the accident, according to the Carabinieri regional command.

© APA

Driver probably very drunk

According to media reports, the driver was probably drunk. According to initial information, the 28-year-old local from Kiens had a very high alcohol content in his blood, reported the Italian news agency Ansa on Sunday morning. The tour group had been on the main street of the village that night.

According to the information, the victims have yet to be identified. It was still unclear where in Germany they came. In the group of Germans not everyone knew each other and not everyone had documents with him, the police said. The Foreign Office in Berlin initially did not comment on the incident when asked.