TV presenter Nikolai Drozdov was responsible for a traffic accident that occurred yesterday, November 27 house district 27 in the Ostrovityanova street in Moscow. Front Suzuki Grand Vitara that was being driven by 78-year-old Drozdov, suddenly appeared a woman. He tried to brake, but hit the wrong pedal and struck and killed a pedestrian.

“She walked, not looking back. I could not think that will happen. No it does not hit, just touched,” – said the permanent host of the program “animal planet” TV channel REN TV.

Together with his wife who was also in the car, Drozdov assisted the victim. He assured that he was going to visit the downed woman who was also his roommate.

According Life, 57-year-old woman who was crossing the road on the unregulated transition, delivered in resuscitation of one of capital clinics with fractures of the pelvis and of both bones of the acetabulum, as well as bruises and abrasions. Later she was transferred to the trauma Department of the hospital. The publication claims that the blackbirds knocked down a pedestrian, confusing surprise the brake pedal and gas.

In the comment to”” on the incident Drozdov said that the woman recognized him, and though he “ruined her next week” because of the need for hospitalization, serious claims has not.

Nikolay Drozdov has a weekly program “world of animals” for over forty years. In 1995 the program was awarded the prize “TEFI” as the best educational program.

In 1996, the presenter, was elected as an academician of the Academy of Russian television. The first major he received the highest Russian celebris – “Golden Orpheus”. Drozdov is the author of 20 books and two hundred articles, one of fifteen advisers to the UN Secretary General on the environment. In 2014 he was elected to the Public chamber of the Russian Federation and in the framework of its social activities offered to read the Bible on radio and TV.

TV presenter Nikolai Drozdov hit the wrong pedal and hit her neighbor in Moscow 28.11.2016

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