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MOSCOW, October 10 (Itar-Tass) — A criminal case has been opened into a traffic accident in which a prominent actress, Marina Golub, was killed, the press service of the Moscow Head Interior department said.
An Interior Criminal Investigative Department of the Moscow Western Administrative District, on which territory the accident occurred, has opened a criminal case on charges punished by the Russian Criminal Code for violation of traffic rules which entailed death of two and more people as a result of carelessness, the press service said.
The search for the Cadillac driver who is responsible for the accident, continues. A man, who was as at the wheel of the Cadillac which rammed the car where Marina Golub was, escaped.
The accident occurred shortly after midnight at the crossroads of Prospect Vernadskogo and Lobachevskogo street. Police reported a Cadillac driver had been driving , ignoring banning street lights and rammed the Hyundai, where the actress was. Afterwards, two more cars a Kia and a Lada, rammed the cars involved in the accident. The actress was died on the spot.