Chelyabinsk: Pedestrian gets hit by drunk police officer’s car
A criminal case has been opened against a police officer in Chelyabinsk; she is accused of drunk driving and hitting a pedestrian.
The woman was dismissed after the incident. The police also opened a criminal case against her. As for the victim, the man suffered a traumatic brain injury and hip bone fracture.
The drunk employee of the Department for Economic Security and Combatting Corruption of the MIA of the Russia Federation smashed into a car parked near the road on October 10, 2016, according to investigative agencies. The 2nd car got pushed to sidewalk. The 60 y. o. victim was walking behind it at that moment. The man got badly injured as the result: he suffered a traumatic brain injury and hip bone fracture.
The woman refused to undergo a medical examination after the accident. A criminal case was opened against her for breaking the article 264, part 2 (“Violation of Traffic Rules and Rules for Operation of Transport Vehicles Committed by a Person who is in a State of Drunkenness, which Action has, by Negligence, Entailed the Causing of Grave Harm to Human Health”) of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation. Moreover, she was dismissed for drunk driving.
The investigation is now complete. The case file has been referred to court.
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