Perm Center for Special Communications head caused fatal car accident, pregnant woman died
He faces trial.
The Head of the Perm branch of the federal state unitary enterprise Main Center for Special Communications, Colonel Alexey Kulikov, will stand trial for a fatal car accident.
The investigation of the case has been completed. The Colonel is charged with violating the traffic rules, which entailed causing grievous harm to human health by negligence and killing a person, the website of the regional Directorate of the ICR reads.
According to the case file, the accident occurred on the afternoon of March 19, 2018 on the Yekaterinburg-Perm road. 38-year-old Kulikov, driving an official car, exceeded the speed limit, drove into the oncoming lane and caused a collision with another passenger car.
The second car was driven by 31-year-old Natalya Khramtsova, who was pregnant. Her 30-year-old husband and two-year-old child were also in the cabin. The accident led to the woman's death, her husband and child received injures, which were qualified by experts as serious harm to health. The culprit of the accident also suffered from injuries, qualified as serious bodily harm.
A video of the accident recorded by a dashboard camera was published on the Internet. The footage shows how the service Hyundai Solaris raced along a snowy road at a speed of 130 kilometers per hour. Moving to the right, the driver lost control, the car skidded and slammed into the oncoming lane, right in front of the Kia Rio.
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