A man threw fireworks onto the road 14:29

In Yaroslavl, a man threw fireworks on the highway and was fined. In this respect reports Yaroslavl region prosecutor’s office.

The incident occurred near one of the restaurants in the city center and was captured on video. The prosecutor’s office, together with the regional department of the Ministry of Internal Affairs, conducted an investigation and found that the fireworks were launched by a 31-year-old city resident who purchased pyrotechnics in a specialized store.

The ministry noted that the man’s actions posed a threat of damaging the road surface and interfering with traffic, and also posed a threat to the life and health of motorists. Yaroslavets was brought to administrative responsibility in accordance with Art. 12.33 of the Code of Administrative Offenses of the Russian Federation (damage to roads and intentional obstruction of traffic) and it was decided to impose an administrative fine on him.

A blogger in the center of Novosibirsk in early September started While driving, fireworks are shot from the roof of the car.

A car in Crimea before collapsed He walked into the crowd of pedestrians at the pedestrian crossing.

Source: Gazeta


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