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A British citizen helped apprehend Aktau driver who killed a woman

13 апреля 2012, 16:14
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A British citizen helped apprehend the driver of Lexus-350 who knocked down and killed a woman in Aktau, Lada writes citing the head of Aktau road police department Kalbai Dzhumashev.

According to the head of the road police, together with one of his officer he was patrolling the road of the city looking for defects in the road network when they saw a woman laying dead in a pool of blood. Leaving the officer at the accident site, Dzhumashev moved towards Samal hotel in the 15th region - this was the direction the drive headed for, according to witnesses.

The driver of Toyota Land Cruiser, a citizen of England, stopped the police car and explained that he saw the accident and followed the driver. In the end the guilty driver, 36-year-old citizen of Aktau, driving the car under the power of attorney, was apprehended. The man confessed. According to him, he failed to stop in time, when two women suddenly ran out on the road. One of them jumped aside, while the second one was hit with the right side of the car. The woman flew in a high arch at then hit the road with her head.

Tatyana Kuzmenko who was the victim of the traffic accident has recently turned 41. She worked as a technician in Galiya cooperative of apartment owners. That morning she was walking to work from the 13th region, where she lived with her husband and children. “The woman was crossing the street in the wrong place, only 30-50 meters from the pedestrian crossing. However, the fact that the driver tried to flee from the accident site to avoid responsibility worsens his crime,” Kalbai Dzhumashev said.

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