Famous comedians were victims of a terrible accident on the road
May 3 in Belorechensk district of the Kuban of the Russian Federation there was a fatal accident.
This became known from the publication resource 5-tv.ru.
It is known that as a result of the tragedy killed two comedians popular in Russia and abroad project Stand Up — Dennis Malovichko and Elena Zueva.
On the eve near the village of Ryazan in Russia, a man driving a Hyundai Accent left on a strip of oncoming traffic where it collided with the Renault Logan. From blow the car caught fire.
It is also known that in addition to comedians still have died, in the car, the artists were also companions of the service BlaBlaCar, whose bodies are not yet identified. As it turned out, the dead comedians went to the concert in Krasnodar.
As we know, Denis Malovichko participated in television TNT in the Duo “Zashibis” — “Сomedy battle” and “No sleep.” He is survived by his wife and children. About a girl — little is known.
Upon road accident criminal case on violation of traffic rules and operation of vehicles KK of the Russian Federation in relation to the driver of the Hyundai Accent, according to the local police, reports REN TV. Alleged responsible for a deadly accident threatens till seven years of imprisonment.
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