Police in the Leningrad region opened fire on a car containing a teenager and was caught on video 17:11

In the Leningrad region, law enforcement officers opened fire while chasing a car with a young driver. This was reported by “MVD Media”.

The student was spotted while patrolling the area. The driver did not obey the stop warning because he was speeding too much. Law enforcement then chased after him.

“The careless driver, trying to escape, repeatedly endangered the life and health of other road users,” the publication reported.

During the chase, patrol officers opened fire in the air, but when there was no result, they opened fire on the wheels of the vehicle. After a while, the vehicle was stopped and the 16-year-old young man was taken into custody.

The young man, for whom numerous reports were made about the student at the police station, was later handed over to his father. Administrative action was initiated against the head of the family due to failure to fulfill parental responsibilities.

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Source: Gazeta


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