The Russian authorities in absentia brought charges against the perpetrator of the accident in the area of the Krymsky bridge in Moscow. On the night of 16 October, the car Ferrari collided with two other cars.
The driver of «Ferrari» was an 18-year-old Thomas Leviev, who had no driver’s license, as reported by Russian police. As a result of the collision his car was burnt. The alleged culprit took from the scene of the accident another car. He paid the fine for driving without a license, and on October 22, moved to Israel.
NEWSru.com reports that him in absentia on charges of reckless driving causing serious harm to human health.
In case of arrival in Russia, it is immediately detained, warned representatives of law enforcement bodies of the Russian Federation.
Initially it was reported that the accident was made by the son of a famous Israeli businessman Lev Levuma, but then representatives of the company explained that Levaev no son named Thomas, and that none of his children live in Russia.