Police are looking for Porsche driver responsible for shooting after accident on Kutuzovsky Prospekt
According to the General Administration of the Russian MIA, a criminal case has been initiated under Art. 213 of the Russian Criminal Code (Hooliganism) following an accident on Kutuzovsky Prospekt in Moscow, which had resulted in one of the participants receiving two gunshot wounds and being taken to hospital.
A conflict between two drivers took place yesterday in the afternoon. After an accident in a tunnel outside of 17 Kutuzovsky Prospekt, Porsche Cayenne driver took a traumatic gun and opened fire on the Toyota driver. This moment was captured on cameras.
Following the incident, a wanted notice was issued for the shooter's car and the interception plan was announced.
Currently, measures are being taken to establish the attacker's identity and detain him.
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