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- Editorial: death takes some other soul, some other placeOpinionA tragic accident like the recent one in Tartu County will never fail to shake us all. It's surely the worst for loved ones, but the impact is broader. The feeling of helplessness makes tens of thousands seek the culprits, curse the government, the youth, the traffic, and «blurt it all out». Meanwhile, the root of the problem feels evasive. What do we do?
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- Drunk driver involved in multi-victim accidentLocal NewsOn Saturday morning, a serious traffic accident happened at Tartu Highway and F. R. Kreutzwaldi St intersection, Tallinn, as a Mercedes-Benz at left-turn from Kreutzwaldi St was hit by a BMW with Gregori (22) drunk at the wheel. According to police, the BMW went above speed limit. Eve (42), the driver of the Mercedes, was sober.
- Editorial: Why? Let’s look withinOpinionSaturday morning sunshine, central Tallinn. Slowly and serenely, townsfolk start strolling about. The coffee shops open their welcoming doors, and all is quiet... till the bang. The shock, the blood, the tears, and the ambulances screaming their way towards what just happened. Not limited to the people in both cars involved, a traffic island was rudely invaded as one of the vehicles was flung in its midst. 14 injured, all told.
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