Driver 23, trapped in a huge traffic jam after a fatal traffic accident, notices that the victim is his 24-year-old girlfriend
- Cristian Miculaiciuc is stuck among thousands in line after a crash on the M5
- His partner Sorina Gheorghe later died in a different vehicle
- The police called him after he had stood in line for an hour to tell him she had died
- Mrs. Gheorghe drove to work when a 4×4 collided in her car at 5.40 am
A driver who got stuck in a huge traffic jam after a fatal traffic accident was horrified to discover that the victim was his girlfriend.
Cristian Miculaiciuc, 23, was one of the thousands of drivers in line after the morning murder of the M5 on April 3.
Tragically, it later turned out that his partner Sorina Gheorghe, who was in a different vehicle, had died earlier that day.
Cristian Miculaiciuc (pictured with Sorina Gheorghe) was one of the thousands of drivers in line after the early morning murder of the M5 on April 3
Tragically, it later turned out that his partner Sorina Gheorghe, who was in another vehicle, had died. Mrs. Gheorghe drove to work in Aston to inspect the Jaguar components when the 4×4 collision occurred around 5.40 am
The police called Cristian after standing in line for an hour to inform him that his 24-year-old girlfriend had been killed when a 4×4 hit her car.
Mrs. Gheorghe drove to work in Aston to inspect the parts of Jaguar when the collision occurred at about 5.40 am.
Bystanders and a caregiver paramedic rushed to help, but she was declared dead on the spot.
Two men in the 4×4 were unhindered and the road was closed for more than six hours – a chaos for commuters.
Mr. Miculaiciuc was in the huge queues, unaware that his girlfriend had died in the collision.
The 23-year-old said: & # 39; When the accident happened, I sat for hours in the back of the line with the truck that had no strength to help her or get there.
& # 39; I arrived at the M5 around 9:00 am, but it happened at 5:40 am.
& # 39; I did the deliveries that way. I only found out that it was an hour for her to sit in line. & # 39;
It was then that the officers of the West Mercia Police called Cristian to give him the horrible news.
He added: & # 39; The police called me and her mother. Then we were redirected to the intersection before the crash and I went back home. & # 39;
& # 39; She was on her way to work in Aston, where she was inspecting Jaguar car parts. & # 39;
And he paid tribute to his Romanian girlfriend, with whom he lived for more than three years after a meeting in the UK.
He added: & # 39; Sorina was very kind and loving, and she was a very hard worker.
& # 39; She always had a positive attitude and did everything to be happy in her presence. & # 39;
The crash occurred between nodes five, at Droitwich and 4A, for the M42, on April 3.
A spokesperson for the West Midlands Ambulance said: “Upon arrival, the ambulance personnel found a car that had suffered significant damage.
& # 39; A duty paramedic and bystanders tried to help the motorist.
& # 39; Unfortunately, despite all efforts, it was impossible to save her and she was declared dead on the spot.
& # 39; Two men in the 4×4 were assessed, but were harmless and were fired on the spot. & # 39;
West Mercia Police started an investigation into the circumstances of the fatal crash.
Anyone with information or dashcam images is called upon to contact the Force. Chief Supt Tom Harding said earlier: “As the public would expect in such tragic cases, a thorough investigation was started to determine the circumstances behind the collision and our thoughts are with the families involved during this difficult time.
& # 39; Investigations are currently underway and we would have encouraged anyone who saw the collision or had dashcam images of the upcoming moments to come forward. & # 39;