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A Japanese man crashed while drinking in downtown and ran over the victim three times before escaping.

A Japanese man crashed while drinking in downtown and ran over the victim three times before escaping.

December 28th – A 24-year-old man drove drunk in the early morning and crashed into another parked car in Tokyo, Japan. The victim’s owner stopped the drunk driver’s car.

After slamming on the accelerator to throw the victim’s owner off the vehicle, he crushed his abdomen three times and fled the scene. At present, the police have arrested the man on suspicion of attempted murder.

According to a report by NHK TV station in Japan on the 28th, the drunk driver’s name is Chengjiki, and his occupation is unknown. Police said that Chengdi crashed into a parked car at about 2 a.m.

on the 25th on the side of the 10th Avenue in Mabu, Tokyo Port District. The owner of the crashed car immediately tried to stop and grasped Chengdi’s car, but Chengdi suddenly accelerated about 190 meters and suddenly stopped to throw the crashed owner to the ground.

After crushing the owner’s abdomen and knees three times, he fled the scene of the accident.

The victim’s car owner suffered a head injury and was hospitalized for a week without health. Someone witnessed the accident at the scene and called the police. An hour after the accident, the police stopped Cheng in Pinchuan District.

Cheng was found to be above the alcohol level, and was immediately arrested by the police on suspicion of drinking and driving. After investigation, Cheng was arrested again on the 26th on suspicion of attempted murder.

At the time of the incident, Cheng’s two friends were sitting in the car after drinking. The police were investigating the details.

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