The case on the traffic accident involving Eva Varholikova-Rezesova, which led to four people being burned alive, has taken a new turn as a truck driver witness comes out with new evidence, claiming Rezesova had been pushing dangerously on the Fiat Punto.
The accident happened on the M3 motorway in Hungary early in the morning of 21 August, when Rezesova’s BMW apparently ploughed into a Fiat Punto, which then exploded into flames after crashing into a barrier, killing all four people inside. A bottle of alcohol was found in her car and she showed 1.5 pro mille of alcohol in a test.
The truck driver, who police have been hunting for the past few weeks, says he saw how Rezesova’s car had been blinking at and pressurising the Fiat Punto. He also claims that once the Punto had pulled in to the inside lane, Rezesova continued to tail it dangerously from behind for several kilometres, as if she wanted to “punish” the driver for getting in her way.
The police believe that other truck drivers must have also witnessed this chase, so if the allegations prove true, Rezesova could be facing up to 15 years in a Hungarian prison for second degree murder.