Helicóptero de la DGT estrellado en Madrid. TWITTER

The Pegasus helicopter of the Directorate General of Traffic (DGT) that crashed last Sunday was being piloted by a firefighter from the Community of Madrid on leave, who tested positive for cocaine and methamphetamine, according to information released during the afternoon of yesterday, monday The accident took place near Robledo de Chavela, Madrid, and although the pilot was unharmed, the camera operator was seriously injured.

After the accident, the pilot fled the scenebut he was later arrested at the home of a relative and subjected to a drug test that came back positive for cocaine and methamphetamines, according to reports The Spanish. He is currently free on charges for a crime against air safety. The pilot, who was previously a firefighter, was on leave from his position.

The DGT has 23 pilots trained to operate its Pegasus helicopters, and they undergo random drug tests from both the DGT and the Spanish Aviation Safety Agency.

The flight companion was transferred to the Puerta de Hierro Hospital to receive treatment for his injuries. The case has come to be investigated by the Court of Móstoles after being inhibited by the court of El Escorial.

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