The pilot of the DGT helicopter that crashed in Madrid tested positive for cocaine and methamphetamine

The pilot of the DGT Pegasus helicopter crashed last Sunday in Robledo de Chavela, Madrid, tested positive for cocaine and methamphetamines, as El Periódico de España, from the Prensa Ibérica group, has learned.. To try to avoid control by the Civil Guard, sources familiar with what happened explained to this newspaper, the pilot fled to a town on the outskirts of Madrid, where he finally had to undergo an anti-drug test.


After initial assistance from the emergency services, the pilot, who was visibly “nervous”, quickly fled the scene to try to avoid submitting to the mandatory alcohol and drug control.
From there, they explained to El Periódico de España, he headed to the nearby town of Villanueva de la Cañada to try to take refuge in the house of a relative, to where a patrol from the Civil Guard traffic division later went. In that control, the pilot tested positive for cocaine and methamphetamine use.Shortly after what happened, the Unified Association of Civil Guards (AUGC), through Twitter, wanted to wish after the news “a very speedy recovery of the crew of the Pegasus helicopter that suffered a spectacular accident when it crashed.”

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