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A native of Uzbekistan was not indifferent to the misfortune of others

20-year-old Uzbek boxer Danil Yuldashev helped get people out of the bus, August 17 had a terrible accident in Perm

photo by "Gorod 342"

Explaining his act, the young man said: "I could not do otherwise, I was raised that way." He was one of the first to rush to help.The Perm city portal "gorod 342" reports about it. When the bus crashed into the wall of the house, the young man was driving to a club for training. He began to help save people. The bus doors jammed, they did not open. Danil began to break them out. Then he began to take people out of the bus, helping visiting doctors bring the victims on a stretcher into cars.

Danil Yuldashev was born in Tashkent. His relatives live in Uzbekistan. In Russia, Danil graduated from high school and college. Now he works as a security guard in the club. They promised to present the young man to the award.

A criminal case was opened under the article “Violation of the rules of the road or the operation of vehicles, resulting in the death of a person by negligence." The press service of the Main Directorate of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia for the Perm Territory said: “The bus driver was examined for intoxication with the help of a breathalyzer, it turned out that he was sober. He is currently detained as a suspect. But he’s in the hospital. ” The 39-year-old bus driver was caught in the wheel and injured in an accident. He has a brain injury, injuries to the abdomen and chest. A bus conductor was injured in the spine.

The Investigative Committee has opened yet another criminal case under the article “Provision of services that do not meet the safety requirements for life and health of consumers, resulting in the death of a person by negligence”. According to information on the website of the Ministry of Health of the Perm Territory, eight people injured in the accident are in serious condition. 32 victims were hospitalized: among them nine children with moderate injuries and 23 adults. All of them are being helped.

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