Moscow Region: Ferarri driver causes deadly accident, declared wanted
The 24-year-old Moscow resident was charged with manslaughter in absentia.
The alleged offender was put on the federal wanted list for causing an accident on the Minskoe Highway that resulted in 2 people getting injured, according to Head of the Office of Public Affairs of the Moscow Region Central Police Department Tatiana Petrova’s Friday interview.
The 24-year-old Ferrari driver and Moscow resident was charged with violating article 264, part 5 (Violation by a Person Driving a Motor Vehicle of the Traffic Rules which Entailed the Death of Two or more Persons) of the Russian Criminal Code, according to Petrova.
May we remind you that the accident took place on the 40th km of the Minskoe Highway at about 00:50 on May 21. The Ferrari crashed into a Renault, causing it to catch on fire. The Renault driver and passenger died, while the racing car driver survived the collision with only minor bruises.
First, 19-year-old Artur Gadzhiev tried to set fire to the Severny shopping center, then he began to attack the visitors with an ax and a knife, and later, after running outside, he stabbed random people in the street. Four out of the seven wounded are severely injured.
The woman said she has remained silent because she was afraid she and her daughter might have been killed. However, she decided to give the information away after the investigator who investigated the murder mysteriously died.
The Russian Prosecutor General’s Office, which had previously approved an indictment in a high-profile bootlegging case against billionaire and Forum St Petersburg Group of Companies CEO Dmitry Mikhalchenko, is now demanding the Russian Supreme Court to change the initial jurisdiction.