Nikolay Kharkivsky pleaded guilty to fatal road accident in Kharkiv

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Nikolay Kharkivsky pleaded guilty to a fatal road accident in Kharkiv

On November 19, during interrogation with an investigator, a 16-year-old suspect in a fatal road accident in Kharkiv, Nikolai Kharkivsky, pleaded guilty to a crime.

This was reported by Miller Law Firm, which represents the interests of the aggrieved party.

Lawyers note that admission of guilt at this stage can only be a defense strategy, so the quality of the collected materials is still a priority.

A few hours earlier, on the afternoon of November 19, the speaker of the Kharkiv region prosecutor's office Dmitry Chubenko said that a molecular genetic examination confirmed that it was a 16-year-old suspect who was driving the Infiniti.

Thus, DNA samples taken from Nikolai Kharkivsky coincide with DNA samples from car airbags.

The fact that the 16-year-old suspect was driving at the time of the accident was confirmed by witnesses who were together with him in the car.

 Nikolai Kharkivskyi pleaded guilty to a fatal road accident in Kharkiv

The fatal traffic accident in Kharkiv happened on October 26 at 20.40. 16-year-old Infiniti driver Nikolai Kharkivsky drove through a red light at the intersection of Gagarin and Odessa streets at a speed of over 100 km/h and collided with a Chevrolet.

The last car was simply torn to pieces by a powerful blow. A 58-year-old Chevrolet driver died on the spot.

Three Infiniti passengers – two 19-year-old boys and a 16-year-old girl – were hospitalized.

Infiniti driver Nikolai Kharkivsky received outpatient assistance.

The 16-year-old driver, while in the hospital, tried to mislead the investigation. A minor, having entered the toilet, from someone else's phone called line 102 and reported the kidnapping of Infiniti.

Investigators entered information into the Unified Register of Pre-trial Investigations into knowingly false reports of a crime.

On October 28, Nikolai Kharkivskyi, a suspect in a fatal road accident, was sentenced to 60 days of arrest without bail.

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