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2012 07 25

Lithuanian police detain suspect in hit-and-run accident that injured Estonian family

Kaunas district police have detained a car driver who fled the accident scene after crashing into another car with Estonian citizens.
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Crash / Juliaus Kalinsko / 15min nuotr.

The police established that the accident, which left a family from Estonia injured, was caused by a 25-year-old resident of Kaišiadorys district. The man admitted having fled the crash scene and abandoned his vehicle. The suspect has lost his driver's license for drunk driving.

According to preliminary information, he was driving alone. A sample of his blood was taken for tests.

The accident occurred in Kaunas district at about 11 PM on Tuesday When a VW Golf crashed into another VW Golf driven by a 27-year-old Estonian national. The Estonian, his wife, and three-year-old son were injured.

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