Berlin (dpa / bb) - More than two weeks after the accident with three dead at Treptower Park in Berlin, the police checked suspected speeders near the scene of the accident.

A 35-year-old was therefore traveling at almost 120 kilometers per hour on Thursday night, as a police spokeswoman said.

The officers confiscated his car and driver's license.

A total of 30 cars were checked on Puschkinallee, 20 of which were driving too fast.

It is normal that places where there have been serious accidents are particularly monitored, said the spokeswoman.

In the late evening of February 2, a high-speed motorized car crashed into trees on Am Treptower Park.

Then the car crashed into a construction container with such force that it tore apart and went up in flames.

There were four occupants on board, aged 19 to 21 years.

A young man died at the scene of the accident, a second a few hours later.

A third inmate died on February 6th.

The 21-year-old alleged driver is on remand.

He is accused of negligent homicide and an illegal race with a fatal outcome.

© dpa-infocom, dpa: 210218-99-492936 / 2


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