Crime and punishment - history repeats itself

23 November 2014 12:03  26185385 086310
Crime and punishment - history repeats itself

In Transcarpathia, there may be repeated an infamous story quite similar to that which occurred with the death of two people in the traffic accident caused by former head of the Khust branch of the "Zakarpathaz" Pavlo Nahirny.

According to the Zakarpattya online, Natalia Balazs, who yesterday, November 22, driving a "Toyota Corolla" while being drunk, crashed into a traffic police car, escorting the procession of three hundred people, is now hiding from the law in the Transcarpathian Regional Clinical Center of Neurosurgery and Neurology. The woman, who killed two and crippled several more people with 1.2 ppm of alcohol in the blood, was hospitalized allegedly with suspected concussion.

That is, today, we have an absolute parallel with the story that took place in the case of Pavl Nahirny, former head of Khust branch of the "Zakarpathaz" JSC who, while driving in the state of intoxication, killed two people - a mother and a daughter, and injured two children.

As you know, around 4 o'clock in the morning on November 22, on the 798th km of the Kyiv - Chop highway, there was an accident with serious consequences - the driver of a "Toyota Corolla", while driving in the state of intoxication, failed to maintain a safe distance and collided with a patrol car "VAZ 2110", which was escorting the procession of the Orthodox community of Uzhgorod to the Holy Assumption convent.

As a result of the accident, one pedestrian was killed on the spot, and another one is in the hospital. Three more pedestrian, as well as the driver and the passenger of the "VAZ" were injured and taken to hospital.

As a result of the test, doctors found in the blood of the Toyota Corolla driver 1.2 ppm of alcohol.

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