A glamorous beautician was killed in a horror sleigh accident after she was run over by her uncle as she was pulled by a rope behind her drunk boyfriend's car.
Kristina Niskovskikh and her sisters were being towed when the 22-year-old fell off at high speed on an icy road and was crushed under the wheels of her uncle's car as he was driving behind.
She was being pulled along at high speed by her unnamed 24-year-old boyfriend, who police detained along with the uncle, who is 30-years-old.
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The boyfriend drove her to hospital but Kristina, from Beloyarsky village in the region, died on the way.
The incident took place in the Sverdlovsk region of Russia.
Both are suspected of driving while intoxicated and without licenses.
Reports suggest that the boyfriend was detained for 14 days by a court on this charge.
The uncle was sentenced to correctional labour, according to reports.
Kristina’s aunt said: “It is not important now who was in what state [of intoxication].
“A tragedy happened. It was not intentional. People can say whatever they want. It is useless now.
“She had trained as a hair extensions professional, and wanted to open her beauty parlour.”
Her mother, Maria, said: “I don't know anything. Forensic analysis will show [what happened].”
A friend said: ”She fell off the sledge right in front of the wheels of the car.”
Traffic police chief in Zarechy district, Boris Zherenov, said: “The drivers of both vehicles were detained.
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“The case has been transferred to the investigative authorities.
“This incident shows the consequences of violating the rules of the road and drunk driving.”
Police said there had been “gross violations of traffic rules”.
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