Famous politician of Kharkiv Mikhail Dobkin, who directed earlier by the city and the region, now occupying the seat of member of Parliament, shared information about that accident with five victims involved current employees of the SBU. He, according to Dobkin, ran one of the car that triggered the accident.
Current employees of the security Service of Ukraine are involved in a major accident in Kharkiv, which killed five people. With this statement made by former Kharkiv mayor Mykhailo Dobkin is now a member of Parliament. Also Dobkin was previously head of the Kharkiv regional state administration.
According to him, the SBU was driving a Volkswagen Touareg. Previously colleague Dobkin Anton Gerashchenko, who is also adviser to the Minister of internal Affairs of Ukraine, said that the road tragedy was the result of a night of racing. About this Gerashchenko wrote on Facebook, attaching video, featuring recordings from two cameras. In the beginning of the video at high speed two cars rushing parallel to each other, following the camera recorded the moment of the accident.
“The tragedy in Odessa. Not to excuse the driver of the Lexus. There is information that behind the wheel of a Touareg sat current employees of the SBU”, – wrote then in the social network Mikhail Dobkin. Thus the people’s Deputy did not specify the source of information. Also nothing is yet known about the identity of the intelligence officer.
On the tragedy in Odessa. Not to excuse the driver of the Lexus. There is information that behind the wheel of a Touareg sat current employees of the SBU.
— Dobkin (@mdobkin) 20 Oct 2017.
What happened in Kharkiv on October 18 at the crossroads of Sumskaya street and Mechnikova a traffic accident, five people died and 11 were injured.
Hitting the Lexus RX at the crowd of pedestrians was preceded by a collision with a VW Touareg after the Lexus ran a red light.
On Friday, the Prosecutor Maxim Blokhin during the court hearing, spoke about the results of the forensic expertise. Blood twenty years ligocki Elena Zaitseva, who was sitting behind the wheel of a Lexus car at the time of the accident, discovered opiates.