Let’s present this as a hypothetical. You are driving your brand-new Nissan down a narrow, unplowed, snowy street. As you attempt to negotiate the drifts, many as high as four feet, a woman crosses in front of you. As you drive past her, your vehicle grazes her and she falls. What do you do?
If you’re like most people, you jump out of your car and rush to over to the pedestrian to check on her condition. Unless you are are 37-year-old Marina Skhurina of somewhere in Russia, in which case you do exit your car, but not to provide aid. Instead you berate the woman for dinging your car.
But Skhurina didn’t stop there. As you can see from the video (courtesy of the Metro), the driver returns to her car and proceeds to run over the woman, a 67-year-old neighbor, then backs over her, and runs over her again. Several times!
Miraculously, the victim suffered only “light injuries thanks to the deep snow which cushioned the damage.”
Police confirmed they are considering charges against the car driver.