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Dec. 12, 2018

Noverber attackers' identity revealed

The identity of the anonymous people who threw stones at "PBS" motorcade has been revealed. As it turned out, they are local teenagers, who were just looking for a nightly adventure.

"The Kosiv district police helped us in our searches. Since these guys turned out to be minors, their parents are the ones who's responsible", - "PBS" spokesmen.

As we reported earlier, on the night of November 3, 2018, anonymous people threw stones and minor explosives at "PBS" machinery. The accident happened between 3 and 4am, as a motorcade of 5 trucks loaded with asphalt concrete mixture was en route to the village of Tiudiv, Kosiv district, in order to carry out work on fixing the road. The pavement stones volley resulted in broken windshield, side mirrors and damaged hulls. The working schedule was broken, as drivers refused to continue the transportation.

"As the attackers turned out to be minors, we're not going hardly on them by taking this case to court. We're also not going to demand any compensations, as spending time in courts will cost us much more. We kindly ask parents to make proper conclusions of this story and invest more efford in rising their children as civilized persons", - "PBS" superiors.

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