The prosecutor’s office asks to toughen the verdict of the girl who knocked down the children on the crossing
The prosecutor's office filed an appeal against the verdict of Valeria Bashkirova, sentenced to five & nbsp; years in a colony-settlement, who hit three children at a pedestrian crossing in Moscow, & ndash; the department asked to toughen it, reports TASS with reference to the supervisory authority.
On November 15, the Solntsevsky District Court issued a verdict to the accused.
The prosecutor's office asks to replace the punishment under Part 5 of Art. 264 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation 'Violation of the traffic rules by a person driving a car, resulting in the death of two persons by negligence', that is, six years in a general regime penal colony with deprivation of the right to drive vehicles for three & nbsp; years and full satisfaction of civil claims declared by the victims .
Earlier, the court partially satisfied the claims of the victims, ruling to recover four million rubles from Bashkirova.
The accident occurred on the afternoon of July 16 on Aviatorov Street in Moscow. The student drove a Mazda and ran into children aged three and five and a stroller with a nine-month-old child at an unregulated pedestrian crossing. A five-year-old boy passed away several hours later, a three-year-old child died the next day. A nine-month-old child had a concussion and a closed head injury.
Bashkirova pleaded guilty and repented of her deed.
Earlier, AiF.ru answered the question why the driver Ksenia Sobchak, who got in a fatal road accident in Sochi, was sent under house arrest, and Bashkirova & ndash; & nbsp; in a pre-trial detention center. The Moscow City Court recognized the extension of her arrest as legal.