‘Apgujeong Rolls-Royce’ drivers sued and accused doctors who prescribed drugs

The victim’s side, who was seriously injured in the Apgujeong Rolls-Royce car accident, filed a complaint with the police against the doctors who prescribed drugs to the driver, Shin (28).

On the 16th, lawyer Kwon Na-won of Haegwang Law Firm, representing the victim, said,먹튀검증 “A plastic surgeon near Apgujeong Station who administered two types of drugs to Shin on the day of the accident was charged with negligence on duty, aiding and abetting drug driving under the Road Traffic Act, and violating the Narcotics Control Act and Medical Act in Seoul. I filed a complaint with the Gangnam Police Station.” Attorney Kwon said, “Mr. Shin visited the hospital several times and recognized the circumstances that he would drive the vehicle.” claimed. In addition, Attorney Kwon said that Shin had taken 7 types of psychotropic drugs 16 times from last February until recently, and asked the police to investigate the doctors who prescribed them for violating the Narcotics Control Act and Medical Act.

Mr. Shin was driving a Rolls-Royce vehicle on the road near Exit 4 of Apgujeong Station, Sinsa-dong, Gangnam-gu, Seoul at around 8:10 pm on the 2nd, and was charged with driving a Rolls-Royce vehicle into the sidewalk and injuring a woman in her 20s (dangerous driving under the Act on the Aggravated Punishment of Certain Crimes, Road Traffic). He was arrested on the 11th for drug driving under the law. The victim suffered serious head and leg injuries and underwent surgery, but is brain dead. It was investigated that Shin was at the hospital on the day of her accident and got behind the wheel after receiving medications for psychotropic drugs, midazolam and diazepam. As a result of the analysis by the National Institute of Scientific Investigation, seven types of psychotropic drugs, including ketamine, were detected. Shin’s eyewitness story that she did not properly provide relief immediately after her accident and did not show any attitude of reflection even after the police were dispatched and remained calm was transmitted on YouTube and others, inciting her indignation.

Even though ketamine was detected in a simple reagent test right after her accident, the police did not apply for an arrest warrant and released her the next day, drawing criticism for lack of will to investigate. Attorney Kwon said, “It is true that there are parts that are difficult to understand and regrettable from a factual and legal point of view.”

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