The driver who hit children in Blagoveshchensk significantly exceeded the speed limit 15:08

The minivan driver who hit children in Blagoveshchensk significantly exceeded the speed limit. This was reported by TASS Quoting sources within law enforcement agencies.

“At the time of the accident, the driver significantly exceeded the permissible speed limit, as a result of which he lost control and crashed into pedestrians,” the ministry said.

As a result of the incident, 9 people were injured, most of whom could not be saved.

Previously the culprit of the accident in Blagoveshchensk tested He justified himself by saying that his car’s brakes had failed.

Also online seen Video with minivan driver. The footage shows a man sitting on the grass covered in blood and unable to explain anything. He was surrounded by bystanders who nearly lynched the man. According to them, the driver is drunk. The suspect was caught by the police in a short time.

Previously there was a traffic police car in the Urals compressed He is chasing a bicycle with two children.

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Source: Gazeta


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