Son of Fatima and Bonner tried to overtake truck, says police

He was returning from Buzios, where he spent the New Year, to Rio, when he saw the truck.
05/01/2017 15h38 - Updated 5/01/2017 15h38
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The accident in which was involved Vinicius Bonemer, 19, son of William Bonner and Fátima Bernardes, had two cars-a Volkswagen Golf and a Land Rover Evoque- and a truck, said in a statement the Civil Police of Rio on Wednesday (4).

At polícia Bonemer, leading the Golf, He said the strike occurred around 7:30 am Tuesday (3). He was returning from Buzios, where he spent the New Year, to Rio, when he saw the truck, that would be at low speed on the highway Amaral Peixoto.

Bonemer, So, He said he understood that the truck driver had given passage. Then, the two vehicles collided, Golf with running on track, being hit by Evoke.

According to the Civil Police of Rio, the son of the two presenters of the Globo and two friends were referred for medical care. Bonemer came to lucid hospital and was heard around 22h this Tuesday. The occupants of the other two vehicles were injured.

Still according to the note sent by the Rio police, It was the very Bonemer who offered to do the blood test to check the level of alcohol in the body -alcoolemia.

The result was still not ready. According to other drivers interviewed by police, he showed no signs of intoxication.

Police also reported that the son of Bonner and Fatima had a driver's license expired, but within 30 days provided for the renewal of the law without incurring penalty.

The Civil Police said it was investigating the case and to hear other people, to determine liability in the accident, as well as the delay for the fact have been registered at the police station.

According to the press office of the Globe, Bonemer received medical discharge and is already home.

Bonner, that was absent of the "National Journal" since the accident, will be back to the bench on Thursday (5).


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