An unidentified individual hijacked an Audi Q7 SUV in Moscow, while the driver of the vehicle was rescuing a woman from the river, RIA Novosti reports.
The incident took place this week. A man was driving his Volvo S60 in which his wife was staying. He lost control of the car, the vehicle crashed into the fence and fell into the Yauza River, Interfax reports. The driver found himself trapped inside the car and could not get out of it.
Another man was driving by during that moment. The man saw the car crashing into the fence and then falling into the river. He stopped his Audi Q7, left the door open and rushed to help the people in the Volvo. He managed to save only the woman. Her husband died from injuries.
While the driver of the Audi SUV was trying to save the people in the water, an unidentified individual hijacked his vehicle that was worth $100,000. The car has not been found yet.
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