Castle Holte-Stukenbrock. There was a serious accident at 8:00 am on Saturday morning at the height of the sand pit on Augustdorfer Strasse in Schloß Holte-Stukenbrock. A 19-year-old Stukenbrocker set off for Augustdorf with a Mercedes-Benz Sprinter and received an unexplained reason so far with his vehicles on the approaching traffic lane, which had to avoid using 36-year-old Augustdorf and Renault Kangoo. Here he fell on the right green lane and lost control of his vehicle. He made his way to the oncoming traffic, where the 70-year-old Oerlinghauseners collided with the Opel Meriva. Two men were seriously injured by the rescue forces in the spent hospitals. Fire trucks Schloß Holte and Stukenbrock were warned as reported by an emergency call from a trapped person. However, this was not confirmed after the arrival of the first emergency services, Bruno Wulf reported that he was the director of fire operations. The objects on the road came when the white Renault driver on land, the first policeman on the Augustdorfer road, came from the central direction of Stukenbrock in the direction of Augustdorf and turned a sharp right a few hundred meters behind the circular border. The caravan was initially on the right-hand side of the road and then jumped into the opposite lane where Opel drove behind Renault. The box car jumped off the road, Meriva was completely damaged lying on the asphalt. The impact of the collision dragged items from the kangoodan thrown outdoors. Powder and blue liquid film dispersed on the road in addition to tools or mortars. Firefighters had to clean them later. The road remained closed for about 90 minutes, there were significant traffic jams in both directions. Total damage occurred on both vehicles. Total damage is estimated at around 18,000 euros.