Illegal tuning meeting in Limburg with 500 to 1,000 cars

Illegal tuning meeting in Limburg with 500 to 1,000 cars
Illegal tuning meeting in Limburg with 500 to 1,000 cars
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An illegal tuning meeting took place in Bree on Saturday evening. The police, who numbered between five hundred and a thousand cars, had the event extinguished in a controlled manner.

The local police received a report on Saturday evening around 9:30 PM that an illegal tuning meeting would take place in Bree, in Limburg. Several upgraded vehicles had appeared on the industrial estate of the Greenyard company. More and more cars were added.

The police went to the scene with several teams and a drone team and decided to close the industrial estate. After a while, an estimated five hundred to a thousand wagons were counted.

The drivers and passengers came from neighboring countries such as the Netherlands, Germany and France. The location and time of the tuning appointment were spread via social media. The police kept an eye on things and had the event extinguished in a controlled manner, Mayor Liesbeth Van der Auwera (CD&V) of Bree confirmed on Sunday morning.

At the beginning of March, the local police in the Lommel zone already had their hands full with an illegally organized tuning meeting, where at least 2,500 tuned cars showed up at the industrial park. Participants from Germany and the Netherlands came to the event in the parking lot of the Horeca Van Zon company. Even then, the organizer had not applied for a permit.

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The article is in Dutch

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