December 13 According to a report quoted by the European Union News Agency by the European Network, on the 12th local time, Italian police reported that a vicious traffic accident had occurred in Rome a few days ago.
A passer-by was hit by two cars one after another, and was towed nearly 1,000 meters by the second car, and finally died on the spot.
The driver of the first hit-and-run car has surrendered; the driver of the second car is still on the run, and the police have issued a wanted notice.
It is reported that the accident occurred at about 21:00 local time on December 9, and the deceased was a 39-year-old man.
At the time of the accident, the man was crossing the intersection of Palmiro Togliatti and Pergolato.
After preliminary police investigation, the man was knocked down by the first car while crossing the intersection, but the driver of the car did not stop for rescue, but drove away from the scene of the accident.
While several witnesses stopped to rescue the man, another car rushed in, crashed directly into the man and towed him nearly a kilometer.
The hit-and-run driver then escaped.
When the police, traffic police and ambulance rushed to the scene of the second accident, medical staff confirmed that the man had died on the spot.
Police also said that shortly after arriving at the scene of the second accident, the driver of the first hit-and-run car had surrendered and admitted that he had escaped after the collision.
The police then tested him for alcohol and drugs.
At present, the police are still investigating and arresting the escaped driver of the second hit-and-run car.