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MOSCOW, December 27 (Itar-Tass) — The third person, who was presumably driving the Subaru car that knocked down two women to death on the Vernadsky Avenue in Moscow, came back to the road accident site himself.
“The third participant in the road accident came back to the road accident site himself, the investigation measures are being taken against him. All details of the tragedy are being investigated,” the press service of the Moscow main police department said on Thursday.
The police have earlier detained two men from this car.
The road accident occurred at about 06:20 Moscow time on Thursday at 70, Vernadsky Avenue. The Subaru driver knocked down to death a woman, who was crossing the road, and escaped. The injured woman died of wounds instantaneously.
“The police that arrived at the road accident site at 97, Vernadsky Avenue, have found an abandoned car with the traces of mechanical damages,” the press service said. Meanwhile, a woman was found dead at the car, and the latter reportedly became the victim of the road accident.