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The moment of a collision with a pedestrian, which occurred on Saturday morning, June 22, at the intersection of Darwin and Pushkinskaya streets in Kharkov, got into the lens of an eyewitness car recorder.
The driver of the Volkswagen car drove through a traffic light and literally carried a woman who was trying to cross the zebra carriageway into the green light.
After that, the car collided with a fence, and, taking a pedestrian on the hood with a dozen meters, stopped.
The victim was hospitalized with a closed head injury and serious leg injuries.
According to eyewitnesses, a citizen of Morocco was driving a car with Lithuanian license plates. From the culprit of the accident came a strong smell of alcohol.
This is the shocking moment a thug launched an unprovoked and savage attack on a pub drinker he had been joking with just moments before.
George Horn, 25, had shaken his victim's hand when he was sat laughing at the bar with him.
But he launched a horrific attack by punching the 56-year-old victim at least five times - sending him to the floor and leaving him with an eye injury.
Shocking footage of the incident has been released by Thames Valley Police. The victim put his hands up to try and stop the blows but he then falls to the floor and again attempts to shield himself.
A member of the public can be seen trying to restrain Horn. While outside the pub in Chesham, Buckinghamshire, he then attacked a 30-year-old man for no reason, which caused him serious facial injuries.
Horn, of no fixed address, carried out the attacks at around 10pm in August last year. He was arrested and later charged with one count of grievous bodily harm with intent and one count of grievous bodily harm without intent.
Disturbing dashboard camera video of an accident in Pennsylvania that killed three people last year, including a toddler, was released on Tuesday after the driver responsible for the carnage admitted to causing the DUI crash.
Jack Satterfield III, a truck driver from Mississippi, pleaded guilty to several charges, including homicide by vehicle while driving drunk and leaving an accident scene.
The 29-year-old McComb man does not have a plea deal with Dauphin County prosecutors, meaning he faces a lengthy prison term when he’s sentenced later this year.