Blogger Gubdensky showed off his car an hour and a half before his death | News | News

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Blogger and entrepreneur Magomedsaid Zainudinov, also known as Said Gubdensky, bragged about his new car on social networks an hour and a half before his death in an accident on Kutuzovsky Prospekt in Moscow. On Sunday, November 21, REN TV reports.

The blogger posted a photo of a BMW M4 car in the Telegram channel and left a short caption: “Doll”. The blogger bought the car eight days ago.

On November 20, three cars collided on Kutuzovsky Prospekt – Volvo, Mercedes and BMW, the latter was driven by Gubdensky, his passenger – President of the Federation of Automobile and Motor Sports of Dagestan Zaur Ibragimov, both died.

Two people were also injured – one from a Volvo car and one from a Mercedes. According to some reports, Mercedes belongs to a large businessman Ratmir Timashev. Whether the businessman himself was at the scene of the accident is not specified.

At the moment of the accident, BMW was overspeed, the driver was playing checkers on the road. In addition, Gubdensky’s car was on summer tires. The car did not have a DVR, insurance, and license plates.

During 2021, Zaynudinov was repeatedly brought to administrative responsibility for a violation on the road. In addition, he collected 13 fines last year. It is also known that the blogger was deprived of his license for seven months, but he drove a car with fake license plates. The capital’s prosecutor’s office said that on the eve of the accident on Kutuzovsky Prospect, Zaynudinov also moved in a car without numbers on a “dedicated line”.

According to auto expert Maxim Kadakov, the accident could have occurred, among other things, due to the effect of aquaplaning or disabling the vehicle stabilization system. He noted that there was a lot of slush and water on the track, which made driving difficult.

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