Head of Tyumen police collides with shuttle bus outside traffic police building
Head of the police under the MIA Directorate in Tyumen Dmitry Eroshov has collided with a shuttle bus in front of the State Road Traffic Safety Inspectorate building.
The accident took place in Tyumen in the evening on Thursday, August 17. A shuttle bus and a police car driven by deputy head of the city's MIA Directorate – Chief of Police Dmitry Eroshov – collided near the State Road Traffic Safety Inspectorate building on 50 let oktyabrya Street.
As a result of the collision, a 55-year-old bus passenger and the police officer were injured; the latter was diagnosed with craniocerebral injury.
According to preliminary data, the driver of the shuttle bus No. 62 did not leave the necessary car length in front of him and crashed into the police car driven by Eroshov, as reported by the press service of the MIA Directorate in the Tyumen region.
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