As a result of an argument in the north of SP, an elderly man died after being hit by a bus driver
The 51-year-old driver has already been charged (for attempted murder),” the São Paulo State Secretariat for Public Security (SSP) said in a statement.
A 73-year-old elderly man was hit by a bus driver in Rua Elias de Almeida, in the Trembe area, north of São Paulo, on Sunday afternoon, the 26th, and died this Thursday, the 2nd. He underwent surgery and had complications. . “With the death of the victim, the criminal nature will change to murder. The 51-year-old driver has already been charged (for attempted murder),” the São Paulo State Secretariat for Public Security (SSP) said in a statement.
Shortly after the accident, the victim was taken to the Yachana Emergency Department (UPA 24h) of the region and transferred to San Luis Gonzaga Hospital the same day. Due to his clinical condition, the patient was transferred to the Santa Casa de Misericórdia de São Paulo in the center of the capital on Monday, the 27th, where he died.
Sought in the report, São Paulo Transporte (SPTrans) did not comment on the death of the elderly man.
remember the incident
After an argument inside the bus, the driver of the car ran over the legs of an elderly man. In the video circulating on social networks, it is possible to see the first passenger to get off. Then the old man appeared on the recording. He tried to get out, but the driver closed the doors. While they were still arguing, the passenger forcibly opened the door and managed to get out of the car, but lost his balance and fell near the front wheels of the bus. The driver continued on the road and the rear wheels ran over the old man’s legs.
At the time, the City of São Paulo announced through SPTrans that as soon as it became aware of the accident involving a bus in the city of São Paulo’s transportation system, the agency ordered action against Sambaíba, the bus company. it is the case. At the time of the incident, the concessionaire’s vehicle was traveling on lane 1764, Jardim Corisco/Santana.
“The behavior shown in the video does not correspond to the required attitude of professionals who are part of the urban transport system and must ensure the safety and life of passengers and third parties,” SPTrans said at the time. Sambaiba said the driver involved has been removed from his duties. However, the company was fined for not reporting the incident.
CONTINUE AFTER ADVERTISEMENT