Alisova responsible for death of 6 yo could have prevented accident
The examination has shown that emergency braking could have saved the child's life if the driver had assessed the situation in time.
Balashikha resident Olga Alisova could have prevented the fatal accident and saved the life of 6-year-old Alyosha Shimko, if she had used the emergency braking in time. That is the conclusion reached by MIA experts, as reported by Mash's Telegram channel.
"In this situation, with the given and accepted initial data, the driver of Hyundai-Solaris had the technical ability to prevent the automobile-pedestrian accident through emergency braking," says the document posted by the community.
As previously reported by the media, the repeated examination of the deceased child's blood had not revealed any traces of alcohol. The experts concluded that it was impossible to establish the presence of ethyl alcohol in the provided blood samples. Although, the ICR Main Directorate in the Moscow region had previously said the opposite, namely, that 2.7 per mille alcohol had been found in the boy's blood.
Let us recall that the tragedy took place in the Zheleznodorozhny district of Balashikha on April 23. Driving her Hyundai Solaris in the yard of a residential building, 31-year-old Olga Alisova run over the child, and then dragged the body for about 10 meters more. The boy died from the injuries. According to the eyewitnesses, the woman was driving at a speed of 50-60 km per hour and talking on the phone. Alisova insists that the child jumped in front of the car. The boy was returning home after a walk with his grandfather, and failed to take notice of the car. The pensioner was carrying the boy’s bicycle and did not manage to react on time.
It is also known that Alisova's husband is a member of the local organized crime group, responsible for kidnapping, murder, robbery, extortion, and rape. He is currently serving time in a colony and will soon be released.
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