The driver who fatally knocked down a National Guardsman at a checkpoint in Kyiv should receive a fair punishment.
The Minister of Internal Affairs of Ukraine Igor Klymenko wrote about this on a social network.
The minister said that the deceased 23-year-old Vadym Bondarenko served in Cherkassy before the start of a full-scale war. After that, he was transferred to Kyiv. The guy was eager for the front line after the start of active hostilities, but was needed in the capital.
Klimenko recalled that Vadim Bondarenko left a wife and three children, and his father and brother defend the country in the hottest areas.
“My sincere condolences to family and friends. The tragedy is being investigated by the State Bureau of Investigation. The guilty person must certainly receive a fair punishment, – stressed the head of the Ministry of Internal Affairs.
Simultaneously with his message on Facebook, a message appeared that the court granted the request of the Kyiv city prosecutor’s office to forcibly seize biological samples from the judge who knocked down a soldier to death that night.
This was reported in the Office of the Attorney General.
“The court granted the petition of the Kyiv city prosecutor’s office and granted permission for the forced seizure of biological samples from the judge, who on the night of Friday, May 26, killed a National Guard serviceman in a car”– the message says.
Recall that a fatal accident involving a judge occurred on Thursday, May 25, around 23:55. The driver of a Lexus ES350 hit a 23-year-old National Guard soldier.
According to informed sources, the driver of the car that caused the accident was the judge of the Makarovsky district court of the Kyiv region Oleksiy Tandyr. The man refused to be examined for intoxication, but a bottle of alcohol was found in his transport. The judge was arrested.
Earlier near Kiev, a drunk driver knocked down a woman with two children on the sidewalk.
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