» Cascade accident in Yerevan. A 21-year-old Mercedes collided with a concrete dividing belt on Myasnikyan Avenue and turned upside down in the middle of the road. PHOTO REPORTER:

Cascade accident in Yerevan. A 21-year-old Mercedes collided with a concrete dividing belt on Myasnikyan Avenue and turned upside down in the middle of the road. PHOTO REPORTER:

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Yesterday, November 17, a major and major car accident occurred in Yerevan. At about 10:50 pm, resident of Abovyan city, 21-year-old Gevorg Manucharyan, crashed into a partitioned concrete section of a Mercedes E-320 with a 35 QM 589 in Myasnikyan Avenue and, turning upside down, partially crashed into the road.

According to photojournalist Gagik Shamshyan, no casualties were reported as a result of the accident.

The driver was first assisted by residents in a crash. The fire and rescue squad of the Ministry of Emergency Situations of the Ministry of Emergency Situations of the Republic of Armenia and the ambulance team of 1-03 ambulances arrived in Yerevan. Arsen Karapetyan, the officer in charge of the Yerevan Traffic Police Operative Management Center, reported the crash to the 6th platoon of the 1st Battalion, where inspectors Seyran Sargsyan and Ararat Petrosyan arrived.

The car was converted to a safe place with the help of citizens. Narek Lobyan, 34, a resident of the town of Nor-Hachn, was trying to mislead the traffic police that the driver was himself. Traffic inspectors found out shortly afterwards that what he had described was a "goulnaz tattoo" tale. And the real driver is G. Manucharyan was subjected to a sobriety examination on the spot, and it turned out that he had driven the car in a sober (drunk) state, having the highest degree of intoxication.
  
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