4 Russians narrowly escape death after their car plunges into Buleleng cliff
4 Russian nationals had been injured after their automotive plunged 25 meters over a cliff yesterday in Buleleng, with the police suspecting brake failure because the probably explanation for the accident.
Buleleng Police spokesman I Gede Sumarjaya stated yesterday night that the automotive that was pushed by 26-year-old Denis Pereverzin crashed at round 1:30pm yesterday on Desa Street in Tigawasa Village.
Pereverzin reportedly suffered scrapes on his legs and arms. Per this text’s publication, he’s being handled at Paramasidhi Singaraja Hospital.
One passenger, 54-year-old Denis Kruchenov, suffered cuts on his brow in addition to bruises on his chest. One other passenger who has been recognized by her first identify solely, Irina, 52, reportedly suffered a damaged leg.
A 3rd passenger, Evgeniya, 31, suffered wounds on her left leg.
All victims had been acutely aware by the point of this text’s publication.
“The accident occurred, allegedly, as a result of the motive force was not cautious and couldn’t management the automotive. It’s suspected that the brake didn’t operate correctly [and the driver] didn’t grasp the situation of the highway,” Sumarjaya stated, including that Pereverzin holds a global driver’s license.