Moscow Mayor Sergei Sobyanin instructed the Moscow metro to pay two million rubles to Roman Kovalev, who was beaten by three young men in a train carriage. Sobyanin announced this on Twitter.
“I spent in the hospital of Roman, who was injured as a result of an attack by thugs in the subway. He thanked him for standing up for the girl. Roman is clearly better. Doctors will do everything to fully restore his health, there is still an operation ahead, ”Sobyanin wrote.
Thanks to the girl who helped to detain the bandits. Thank you for the prompt work to the driver, duty officer and along with the police. Instructed the management of the metro to provide the injured passenger with assistance in the amount of two million rubles.
– Sergei Sobyanin (@MosSobyanin) October 8, 2021
Formerly the head of the Investigative Committee of Russia Alexander Bastrykin awarded medal “For assistance” to the woman who helped to detain the participants in the fight. She pressed the panic button, after which she ran out of the carriage after the participants in the fight and pointed at them to the police officers. The head of the Investigative Committee also awarded the medal “Valor and Courage” to Roman Kovalev, who was injured in the fight.
Earlier, the court arrested three participants in a brawl on the Arbatsko-Pokrovskaya metro line, who severely beat a passenger who, according to eyewitnesses, stood up for the girl. A criminal case of hooliganism has been opened against the detainees. Later, the TFR reclassified the case as an article on attempted murder.
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