Driver accused of 2012 ATV hit-and-run accident acquitted

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October 26, 2014 15:01

 
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The driver of a an all terrain vehicle accused of a hit-and-run accident that badly injured two joggers in 2012 was acquitted at Central District Court in Lod on Sunday.

Yaniv Feirovskine had been indicted for hitting the girls, part of a team training for the Olympics in Givat Brenner, before fleeing the scene and failing to call for help.

The judge said Sunday that the police case had been carried out poorly and was full of holes.

Feirovskine had originally admitted to the crime, but later took back his confession.


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