Drunken FPS Colonel caused accident on Surgut-Nizhnevartovsk highway
On the night of October 15, the Colonel of the Federal Penitentiary Service of Russia Vladimir Sobchenko crashed on Surgut - Nizhnevartovsk highway. Driving his Niva, Sobchenko swerved across the line, resulting in a head-on collision with oncoming Hyundai Solaris.
Driving his Niva, Sobchenko swerved across the line, where a head-on collision with oncoming Hyundai Solaris took place.
According to K-Inform, the officer was the one to provoke the accident, which resulted in severe injuries to the driver of the second car, who was hospitalized with a fractured pelvis.
The Colonel himself came out practically unscathed, getting slightly injured. According to the news agency, the FPS officer had signs of alcohol intoxication, but refused to undergo a medical examination.
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