British woman, 20, died in a car accident in Italy
British woman, 20, is killed in a car accident in Sorrento after her Italian boyfriend overthrows the vehicle under the influence of alcohol and drugs.
- The 20-year-old woman who lived in Sorrento near Naples died Tuesday morning
- It is said that her friend destroyed the vehicle and killed the Brit immediately
- The 21-year-old boyfriend was arrested by the Italian police after a blood test
A British woman died in a car accident in Italy after her boyfriend overthrown the vehicle at Naples.
The 20-year-old, who lived in Sorrento in southern Italy, was immediately killed on Tuesday when the car hit a wall along a road.
The friend, who is Italian, is said to have been arrested under the influence of alcohol and drugs.
A British woman died in a car accident in Italy after her boyfriend crashed the vehicle at Sorrento (file photo of the city in southern Italy)
The Italian Carabinieri police confiscated the car after blood tests at the boyfriend, 21, showed evidence of cocaine and cannabis use, reports in the local media.
The boyfriend is now allegedly under house arrest on suspicion of murder, according to the Italian news agency ANSA.
The car apparently crashed at about 7 o'clock this morning when the couple returned from a night out.
The woman died immediately, while the driver was taken to the nearby hospital with only minor injuries.
He reportedly drove with his partner, who had been living in Sorrento for some time and worked in an ice cream parlor, back to his grandfather's house.
The vehicle was described as an Opel Corsa, the European name for an Opel Corsa.
The police in Massa Lubrense, part of the city of Naples, are now investigating the Brit's death.
Sorrento is known as a tourist destination with views over Naples, Mount Vesuvius and the Amalfi coast.
MailOnline has approached the UK Foreign Office for more information.
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