Friday, April 19, 2024

Choir school student plowed interpreter down at choral technical facility

It is not yet known why the interpreter was hit. But the 44-year-old woman subsequently had to be hospitalized.

A 44-year-old woman who works as an interpreter fell short on Friday last week at a choir technical facility at Videbæk in central and western Jutland.

The woman suffered several injuries and, according to TV Midtvest, had to be hospitalized afterwards.

Both the interpreter, who was there to assist some choir school students linguistically, and the choir teacher had just left the facility's control building when the accident happened.

According to TV Midtvest, the students had to maneuver their cars forward into a stall when a student lost control and cut the interpreter down.

READ ALSO: Speed control on the Storebælt is so bad that no one gets a speeding ticket

– A student just needed to drive 1.5 meters to the curb, but she lost control of the car, and I didn't manage to get her to stop because it was going so fast, says choir teacher Kim Jacobsen to the media.

It is far from the first time that a choir school student has literally gone awry in connection with a choir lesson.

The other day, for example, a woman was so miserable behind the wheel – and even out in real traffic – that the choir teacher decided to call the police. Read more about that case here .

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