‘Acropolis’ publisher Mavrikos burnt alive in Porsche!
One person died in a horrific car accident n Attica Highway towards Elefsina, Thursday.
Police pulled out a charred body from a Porsche Cayenne in the municipality of Heraklion in Attica. Based on the highway traffic video footage the vehicle seemed to be moving along its lane then stopped.
Suddenly the car appears to burst into flames. Although the body has not yet been officially identified, police are 99% certain it belongs to publisher of newspaper ‘Acropolis’, Panayiotis Mavrikos. The car is registered to his wife, who has been called to the hospital where the charred corpse was taken to identify it.
Eyewitnesses say the driver was trapped in the car when it went up in flames.
It is not clear what the cause of the fire was, with some speculating it could have been a bomb. Meahwnile, the lawyer of Panayiotos Mavrikos, Alexis Kougias says the body belongs to his client.
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