The truck driver rammed store in Zlatoust, will appear before court

The truck driver rammed store in Zlatoust, will appear before courtThe case of the truck driver who rammed store "Palace" in Zlatoust, as a result, one person was killed and three injured, was admitted in court. The victims in the case said civil claims 1.6 million rublesSee also:-->Zlatoust authorities want to close the movement of trucks on Masscomm tract due to an increase in accidents with trucksAs the correspondent that the incident occurred on August 18, 2014. The truck, carrying 26 tons of ferrous scrap, moved from the Upper Region in Chrysostom. On a long descent from Miass tract on the highway along the Griboyedov street in Zlatoust driver, moving to seventh transmission with a speed of 72 km/h, did not take into account the conditions of the road and lost control, resulting faced with passing VAZ-21114. From collision vases ran on moving ahead passenger car, which from the impact brought into the oncoming lane, where it collided with another machine. Truck, moving, went off the road and crashed into a parked car, and then, moving it ahead of itself, entered in the trading room of the shop "Palace".The accident one of the drivers is damaged by accident cars were injured, from which the next day he died in the hospital. Read more -->

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