Alexey Levin, co-founder of the Syrovarnya restaurant chain, died with his family in an accident in the Orel region. On this subject informed Mash potatoes.
According to the telegram channel, the accident occurred at the 306th kilometer of the M-2 Krym highway in the Mtsensk district – a truck drove into Levin’s car. According to Mash, the driver of the truck lost control, pulled into the oncoming lane and crashed into a Mitsubishi Pajero, in which was a restaurateur.
Levin died on the way to the hospital, his wife Svetlana and brother Alexei died instantly. The restaurateur’s 13-year-old nephew, who was also in the car, was taken to intensive care in serious condition.
The Telegram channel does not specify when the accident happened, but earlier the Department of the Ministry of Interior of the Orel Region reported about a similar accident that occurred on the night of March 24 on the M-2 “Crimea” highway. According to the agency, the driver of the car born in 1978, as well as a man born in 1975 and a woman born in 1978 died in the accident. The boy, born in 2010, was hospitalized with serious injuries, the Interior Ministry added.
The truck driver was arrested and placed under house arrest pending an investigation, Mash reports. A criminal case was opened against the man under the article on violation of traffic rules, which negligently led to the death of two or more people (part 5 of article 264 of the Criminal Code) , noted the Ministry of the Interior.
Alexey Levin was co-founder and part-time pastry chef of the Syrovarnya restaurant chain, whose branches open in several cities of Russia, as well as in Armenia, Azerbaijan and Uzbekistan. His wife, who also died in an accident, spoke as an expert detective agency on the Andrey Malakhov show.
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