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MOSCOW, October 12 (Itar-Tass) — The whereabouts of the suspected culprit behind the car crash in which actress Marina Golub was killed are still unknown. The road accident occurred soon after midnight on October 10. A Cadillac ran the red light and rammed into the Hyundai carrying Golub. These cars then were hit by two more vehicles. The actress died on the spot of her injuries.
Police are continuing the search for the Cadillac driver.
Law-enforcement bodies said there is little doubt that the car had been driven by the owner. He was identified as Alexei Rusakov, 32. Police put him on the federal wanted list.
The Cadillac passenger is still in hospital. He said he had thumbed a lift and that after the accident he left the scene and got home. He was hospitalized with multiple bruisers and suspected arm fracture.
Rusakov had repeatedly violated traffic regulations and faced administrative responsibility for drunk driving and driving into an incoming lane.
The criminal case over the car crash is handled by the main investigation department of Moscow police.