Female drivers crush 4-year-old boys twice, causing death and suspected speeding behavior

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 Female drivers crush 4-year-old boys twice, causing death and suspected speeding behavior


According to Daishan County Traffic Police Brigade, preliminary verification, at about 11:50 on the 6th, Wang Mou-mou (female, 34 years old, County Housing and urban and Rural Construction Bureau personnel) driving a Zhejiang LG0996 small car from the northern gate of the community, driving south to the entrance of underground parking lot, collided with Han Mou-mou (male, 4 years old) and crushed it. Han Mou-mou died. It is understood that the driver Wang Moumou and the boy both live in the community. The speed limit is generally 15 km/h in residential areas. The speed limit must exceed the speed limit at the time of the accident. In addition, drivers are distracted when driving. From the monitoring point of view, before the accident, the boy fell down first, and then the vehicle crushed him, but the first crushing did not lead to the death of the boy. After others reminded the collider, the driver moved the vehicle again, and the second crushing resulted in the death of the boy. Relevant people told Peng Mei News. Source of this article: Peng Mei News Responsible Editor: Xing Haibo_NBJS8850

According to Daishan County Traffic Police Brigade, preliminary verification, at about 11:50 on the 6th, Wang Mou-mou (female, 34 years old, County Housing and urban and Rural Construction Bureau personnel) driving a Zhejiang LG0996 small car from the northern gate of the community, driving south to the entrance of underground parking lot, collided with Han Mou-mou (male, 4 years old) and crushed it. Han Mou-mou died.

It is understood that the driver Wang Moumou and the boy both live in the community. The speed limit is generally 15 km/h in residential areas. The speed limit must exceed the speed limit at the time of the accident. In addition, drivers are distracted when driving. From the monitoring point of view, before the accident, the boy fell down first, and then the vehicle crushed him, but the first crushing did not lead to the death of the boy. After others reminded the collider, the driver moved the vehicle again, and the second crushing resulted in the death of the boy. Relevant people told Peng Mei News.