New details have become known about the capital's the driver that hit at a stop of public transport 4 the fairer sex. Confirmed the information that the earlier the representative of the stronger sex has already been attainted for driving under the influence.
Also, footage of a terrible traffic accident recorded camera. The representative of the stronger sex, crashed his car into a bus stop on the South-West of Moscow, was formerly deprived of his rights for drunk driving, reports TASS referring to the head of Department of public relations of the Moscow Central Board of the Ministry of internal Affairs Andrey Galiakberova. "In the process of auditing upon a major accident on the South-West of Moscow, found that 41-year-old inhabitant of Moscow who is drunk on the vehicle crashed into a stop, in the beginning of January 2015 was attainted for a period of 18 months for management of the vehicle in a drunken condition," he said.
Meanwhile, footage of the terrible tragedy caught in the lens of the surveillance camera installed on one of the skyscrapers, informs NTV. On shots it is visible that at the subway station "Belyaevo" immediately faced 3 cars, 1 of which crashed into a public transport stop.
The accident happened in the evening of 20 September on Union street. It is known that the driver of the Hyundai Solaris rebuilding't miss another vehicle and collided with a Skoda Fabia and Mitsubishi Lancer, going in an opposite direction. Then the representative of the stronger sex behind the wheel of the Hyundai drove onto the sidewalk, knocking down 4 ladies who were at the bus stop.
In addition the result of the tragedy suffered by the driver of the Mitsubishi Lancer, Skoda Fabia passenger, and the passenger (aka the owner) of the car Hyundai Solaris. All 7 people were sent to hospital with various injuries. "The precedent of the accident the police conduct a preliminary audit, the results of which will be a procedural decision", - stated Galiakberov.
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