Investigators initiated case against Mercedes driver with number 666 on which he knocked a woman to death
22-year-old Khamzat Magomadov knocked two pedestrians, one of whom died on the spot, on the Berezhkovskaya embankment, The driver, who escaped from the accident scene, is still being sought.
The Police opened a criminal investigation into the fatal accident on the Berezhkovskaya embankment in Moscow, commited by the driver of Mercedes with number 666. The driver fled from the crime scene, he is still in search.
As previously reported the CrimeRussia, the accident occurred around August 27 in the morning. Mercedes driver of the car with the registration numbers X 666 AA 77 knocked a man and a woman, crossing the road at an undisclosed location, on the Berezhkovskaya embankment. As a result of the accident the woman died on the spot and the man was hospitalized. The driver fled the scene, leaving in the car the passport in the name of Khamzat Magomadov. Media reported that Magomadov was a student of the North Caucasian branch of the Russian State University of Justice. The University management stated that a native and resident of Grozny Magomadov, born in 1993, graduated from the University in 2015.
The police are still stated in the official reports that they establish the identity of the Mercedes driver.
"The examination for traces of withdrawal from the scene was prescribed. Surveillance cameras located in the vicinity of the incident are examined," - noted in the police.
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