The traffic accidents bring out the dark side of the human being. Complaints, insults and attacks against the driver of the other damaged vehicle are some of the images that can be seen when witnessing the protagonists of any traffic accident. That is where the traffic agents have to act, who often have to deal with and calm down one or both of the people who charge against the person in the other vehicle.
The DMAX ‘Roadlock’ TV show shows an agent Civil Guard of Tenerife that he had to intervene in a traffic accident between two cars and the special calm and ‘good-naturedness’ with which the agent approached the situation has not gone unnoticed.
“If the expert says that there is nothing, there is nothing, don’t be getting nervous. We are here, alone, in Puerto de la Cruz, in luxury, we are here unnecessarily getting nervous, relax”commented the member of the Benemérita who attended a slight collision between two vehicles and whose drivers were nervous.
“The bad vibes of all this is because you wanted me to make you an accident report”, Said one of the protagonists of the incident to the other driver. The alleged affected her, she accused the other involved in the accident of not having stopped her vehicle after the crash.
The agent defended the affected person and recalled that he was within his rights to request an accident report and that said report does not commit anyone, since it will later be the expert who determines who caused the collision.
MAX continues with its commitment to show the reality of the Spanish Security Forces and Bodies, converting the channel’s Sunday offer for several seasons synonymous with action and adrenaline. The public of dmax that follows the stories starring the agents has become one more member of the team that accompanies the different groups of the Civil Guard in their work of monitoring the roads, borders and ecosystems of our country. And, in this new season of the popular series produced by CropTV for DMAX, viewers will witness how the work of agents has been affected after the progressive removal of restrictions due to the Covid19 pandemic in Spain.
‘Control de Carreteras’ returns to the Veo TV channel with a season full of shocking cases ranging from chases, arrests, escapes and arguments, to the most emotional, fun and moving moments witnessed by agents while on duty. Thanks to the multi-camera systems incorporated in the police vehicles, the program’s teams manage to capture the images that allow the public to experience the cases that are seen in each installment in a fast-paced way, from the moment the radio warning arrives to the actions of the patrols who attend each service.
Recorded in different points of Madrid, Canary Islands and Andalusia, the new episodes include a wide variety of stories such as rescues of all kinds, surveillance, investigations, surveillance work, alcohol and drug controls, health restrictions, anti-drug operations, infractions and crimes, speeding, accidents… Action and real emotion to show the effort, coordination and professionalism of the agents of the Civil Guard Traffic Group like never before.