» Major car accident in Aragatsotn region. 18-year-old YSU student found herself in a valley surrounded by Mercedes. there are injured

Major car accident in Aragatsotn region. 18-year-old YSU student found herself in a valley surrounded by Mercedes. there are injured

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A major car accident occurred in Aragatsotn region. 18-year-old Diana F., a resident of Yerevan, drove off the road in front of the Institute of Physics in the administrative district of Byurakan in front of the Institute of Physics, driving her Mercedes 33 OQ 333, and found herself in a gorge.
According to shamshyan.com, Diana F., her passengers, 31-year-old Ararat resident, 31-year-old Koryun F, Yerevan resident 26-year-old Levon N., were transported to Diana by bodily injuries. - Ashtarak, Koryun F - Armenia, and Levon N - Astghik Medical Centers.


On the same day at about 9 pm the Ashtarak Police Department received a call from Erebuni Medical Center that they had been taken to Gyumri, 29-year-old Gurgen O, who told doctors that he had received injuries from the mentioned car accident. .

Officers of the 1st platoon of the 2nd Battalion of the 2nd Battalion of Traffic Police arrived at the scene, led by the platoon commander Vache Malakyan and the platoon commander Hrant Galstyan.

Vahe Eloyan, senior investigator of the same company, was in charge of the on-site investigation.

C. According to Shamshyan, the materials prepared on the recommendation of the prosecutor of Aragatsotn Marz were transferred to the Armenian Investigation Committee of Aragatsotn Regional Investigation Department, where a senior investigator Minasyan started a preliminary investigation.

According to the photojournalist, driver Diana F is studying at Yerevan State University, while Koryun F and Levon N are injured as air dispatchers at Zvartnots Airport.

Notification. The person suspected or accused of the alleged crime shall be presumed innocent until proven guilty in accordance with the procedure established by the Criminal Procedure Code of the
  
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