A rear-end collision involving four vehicles occurred on the A14 motorway on Thursday morning. A woman thereby suffered minor injurie, and the accident led to jams in the morning traffic.
On Thursday (2 December 2021), shortly after 07:00 a.m., a rear-end collision occurred on the A14 motorway between Gisikon/LU and Rotkreuz, in the direction of Zug/Zurich, with four vehicles involved. A 22-year-old driver noticed that the vehicles in front of him were slowing down sharply in the fast lane and also began to brake. Unfortunately. a 23-year-old driver following him noticed this too late and crashed into the rear of the car of the 22-year-old. The same thing also happened to two other drivers, a 33-year old and a 54-year-old, who were also driving in the fast lane and became involved in the rear-end collision, in which a woman was slightly injured. She was treated on the spot by employees of the Zug Rescue Service. The resulting property damage is considerable, with three of the four vehicles involved having to be removed by a private towing company. The accident led to traffic problems in morning traffic.
Source: Zug Police
Rear-end collision between four vehicles on the A4 motorway
Risch Rotkreuz: Rear-end collision leads to traffic obstructions
A van driver hit a car while driving in column traffic on Wednesday afternoon. No one was injured, but the material damage is considerable. The accident led to traffic disruptions.
On Wednesday (1 December 2021), at 5:00 p.m., there was a rear-end collision on the A14 motorway between Rütihof and Gisikon, in the direction of Lucerne. A 30-year-old van driver driving in the overtaking lane noticed too late that the vehicles in front of him were braking and crashed into the car in front of him. Its 63-year-old driver, as well as the van driver, fortunately remained uninjured. The vehicles suffered property damage of over CHF 30,000. The overtaking lane had to be closed for the recording of the facts and until the salvage of the van by a private towing company. The accident led to traffic obstructions in the evening traffic.
Source: Zug Police