In Canada child found an unusual finding and solved the case 27 years ago
So, in Canada, boy found submerged car and thus solved the case 27 years ago. This writes CBC News.
So, a boy named Max Varenka with her mother Nancy are vacationing at the lake. The child decided to go swimming on the boat and at that moment noticed water under the car. He told the mother and she suspected that the discovery may be related to the accident. It happened back in 1992.
The family reported his find to the police.
The police were able to arrive on the scene only a few days. But the sun shone bright and they saw a car under water. Then the boy ducked under the water to shoot it with the camera.
For three days police and emergency service was brought ashore by a car, in which compartment found the body of Janet Farris. She disappeared in the fall of 1992. Guess she could be in the lake of the accident, or she accidentally slipped into the pond. Car itself was on the bottom of the lake upside down just three metres from the shore.
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The victim’s family was immediately informed.
Earlier it was reported that in the UK there was a strange accident. In August 2018 31-year-old native of Lithuania Edvinas Gilius crashed.
It is known that the man was turning right at a busy intersection in the city of Bradford (County of West Yorkshire, the North of England). At this time in front of the driver suddenly came down a spider.
Terrified, the man tried to brush away an insect and lost control of the car. Further, its “Mercedes-Benz C220” was on the sidewalk and crashed into a pole. Last fell on the head of the unfortunate 58-year-old Janet Cawood.
The woman died from her injuries after 13 days.
We will remind, terrible road accident happened in Odessa: “a fire, a huge tube and flipped the jeep.”
As reported Politeka, cars with military crashed in an accident.
Also Politeka wrote that the new Zaitseva blew a stop in Kiev: people scattered like bowling pins.