We publish the confessions of a driver who ran over a motorcycle and caused the death of two brothers in Nasr City

We publish the confessions of a driver who ran over a motorcycle and caused the death of two brothers in Nasr City
We publish the confessions of a driver who ran over a motorcycle and caused the death of two brothers in Nasr City
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Nasr City Prosecution heard the statements of a car driver accused of running over a motorcycle, which resulted in the death of two brothers and the injury of their friend.

The accused said: While he was walking behind a motorcycle riding 3 young men, he accidentally collided with them.

The accused added: He had lost control of the car’s brakes, which made it go crazy. The accused indicated that he hit the victims’ bike violently, which made it fly and then fall hard on the sidewalk.

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And the accused explained: When he saw what happened, he did not stop to help the injured or check on them, and he fled because he was afraid because he did not have a driver’s license.

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The Nasr City Police Department, in the Cairo Security Directorate, received a report from the residents stating that a collision had occurred and that the two persons had died in the department.

By moving and examining it, it was found that while a motorcycle was running in the department’s circle, a person was driving and his brother died, accompanied by their friend, who had several wounds, fractures and scattered bruises on the body. They were residents of the Mokattam Police Department. An unknown car collided with them and its driver fled, which resulted in the aforementioned deaths and injuries.

By conducting investigations and gathering information, it was concluded that behind the commission of the incident was a resident driver in the Nasr City Police Department, and after codifying the procedures, the detectives managed to arrest him, and by confronting him, he confessed to committing the incident, and a report of the incident was issued.

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