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Written by SOT.COM.AL 28 Nëntor 2022
The 26-year-old Albanian man who fatally wounded the Greek student in the center of Thessaloniki in the early hours of Tuesday morning has been left in prison. He has remained silent and the only thing he has said is that he wanted to express his condolences to the family. the victim.
"It is not time for me to give explanations", said the young man.
The Albanian faces several charges, such as accident resulting in death, leaving the scene and driving without a license. He risks being sentenced to 15 years in prison.
Also, the 26-year-old was given the decision to be deported from the country after it was found that he was staying in Greece illegally.
While the passenger who was in the vehicle at the time of the accident has been released on bail and is prohibited from leaving the country.
The 19-year-old stated that it was the first time she was driving with the Albanian, whom she knew as he was a regular customer at the bar where she worked and that she did not know his phone number or his last name.
She also claimed that she asked him to stop at the scene, but he tried to calm her down by stating that he would fix everything.
"Once we got back to Iasonidou Street, I asked him to get out of the car and come back, he grabbed my hand and said don't worry, I'll fix it, give me some time."