British father is killed and his wife is seriously injured by a blow and run
British father is killed and his wife is seriously injured in a hit and walks down for their two children in the Greek resort
- British father killed and wife seriously injured and run near Greek hotel
- Children watched as their parents were hit by a car driving at high speed
- On the way for the driver, the police have appealed to the public for information
A British father was murdered and his wife was seriously injured in an incident at a holiday resort in Greece.
The couple tried to cross a boulevard with their children about three kilometers from their Alexander the Great Beach hotel in Kassandra, in the Halkidiki region of the country.
The couple was slammed shut by an oncoming car, because their children were said to have reached the other side of the road on Sunday evening around 8:30 PM.
A British father was killed and his wife was seriously injured in an incident at a holiday resort in Greece (stock image of ALexander the Great Beach Hotel, above and below)
The family tried to cross a boulevard about two miles away from their Alexander the Great Beach Hotel in Kassandra, in the Halkidiki region of Greece.
The father, 57, was hit and dragged a few meters across the road. Rescuers declared him dead on the spot.
His wife was also cut down by the vehicle, which was running at high speed, and sustained severe injuries to her limbs.
She is being treated at the Halkidiki general hospital in Polygyros.
According to the incident, the two children were not injured during the incident.
The police are now looking for the hit-and-run driver and have appealed to the general public for information.
A police spokesman told it Sun online: & # 39; The children had already managed to cross the road and were therefore on the other side.
& # 39; We are also working on camera street images in the hope that we can find the license plate of the car and thus the driver. & # 39;
Anyone with information about the incident is urgently requested to contact their local police station or call the Moudiana district on tel. 23730.211.00.
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